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A case study on correlations between college life satisfaction and achievement during freshmen year
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A case study on correlations between college life satisfaction and achievement during freshmen year
Kim, HeonJoo; Kim, Kyungmi;
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 Abstract
Recently many higher education institutes in Korea try to improve the education excellence, because there are some criticisms on the readiness of graduates for the needs of companies. We study the relationship between the satisfaction of college life and their academic achievements for freshmen during last 5 years at a certain university (so-called H University). In this paper, we study some requirements for freshmen to meet their needs to upgrade their capability throughout both curricular and extra-curricula activity and also study to improve their satisfaction of college life. We also propose some curricular and extra-curricula activity for freshmen to meet the their needs for the excellent academic achievement and to have satisfactory college life.
 Keywords
Achievement;character building curricular;college life;liberal-arts curricular;quality control of education;
 Language
Korean
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