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Implementation of student services and activities of Essu-Salcedo Campussy 2014-2015: input to an Interventionscheme

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Antonio C. Pelicano, Guadalupe Q. Morante and Tirso A. Morante
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Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

This study assessed the extent of implementation of student services program and its activities in ESSU Salcedo Campus during the school year 2014-2015 in order to derive input for an intervention scheme. The study utilized the descriptive correlational method of research and utilized a descriptive survey questionnaire in gathering data from the respondents. This was conducted in all colleges of ESSU Salcedo Campus. The respondents of the study composed of 325 fourth year college students of ESSU Salcedo campus. Also involved were 30 faculty members who were involved in student services program as advisers and/or coaches of the different student organizations. There were 15 OSS personnel who comprised the different in-charge of the different student services such as the school nurse, guidance counsellor, housing, etc. who also served as respondents of the study. A modified survey questionnaire was used to gather the data relevant to this study. The researchers personally administered the questionnaires to the respondents. Data collection was done during the third week of October 2014. Weighted mean was computed to determine the extent of implementation, the extent of support extended to non-instructional services program, the level of satisfaction of the respondents on non-instructional services and the problems encountered by the respondents. The Cramer’s V Coefficient Correlation was computed to determine the significant relationship between the extent of support extended to OSS and extent of implementation of the non-instructional services program and the relationship between the extent of implementation of the non-instructional services program and the level of satisfaction of respondents of the non-instructional services. The null hypotheses were tested at .05 level of significance.

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