Problems of college students at the University of Iloilo
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This action research was conducted to determine the problems of college students at the University of Iloilo. The subjects of the study were the thirty second year AB Philosophy students of the College of Arts and Sciences, University of Iloilo. Of the thirty students, seven or 23.3% were male and twenty-three or 76.6% were female. This descriptive research utilized a survey questionnaire to gather the data. The statistical tools used to analyze the findings were frequency count, percentages, and rank. The results showed that "poor finances" were the students' most prevalent personal problems. For their teacher-related problems, the most prevalent was "teachers' unfairness in giving grades". For their administrator-related problems, the most prevalent was "administrators' slowness in attending to students' needs". For their peer-related problems, the most prevalent was "their peers' poor study habits". For their school-related problems, the most prevalent was "classroom facilities like chairs, tables, windows, etc. that needed immediate repair."
Lorenzo, R. L. (2001). Problems of college students at the University of Iloilo (Unpublished action research). West Visayas State University, Iloilo City.
DegreeDoctor of Education (Psychology and Guidance)
TheoLib Thesis 207.2 L887p
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