Title

Student services programs of De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus as evaluated by selected radiologic technology students during school year 2006-2007

Date of Completion

2007

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology

Keywords

Student Services

Abstract

The study used the descriptive method of research. The respondents were 165 radiologic technology students of De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus selected using stratified random sampling. The questionnaire consisted of a five-point scale which was adapted from the study of Taeza et al. (2006). Frequency, percentage, means, t-test and ANOVA were the statistical tools used. The following conclusions were drawn: (1) The respondents considered the student services offered by De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus, specifically Accounting Office, Canteen, Guidance/Student Affairs Office and Library, as Very Good. This means that the given services almost meet the standard of the respondents. However, respondents evaluated the Registrar’s Office as Good. The respondents fairly rated the services provided by the Registrar’s Office; (2) Age was a factor to consider in the evaluation of the respondents to the student services programs of De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus; (3) Gender did not affect the evaluation of the respondents. Male and female had same evaluation of the student services programs of De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus; (4) Student type did not affect the respondents’ evaluation of the Student Services Program of De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus. Regular and irregular students had the same evaluation; (5) Year level is a factor to consider in the evaluation of the respondents to the student services program of De La Salle-Health Sciences Campus.

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