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The Survey of American College Students: Use of & Satisfaction with College Tutoring Programs Product Image

The Survey of American College Students: Use of & Satisfaction with College Tutoring Programs

  • ID: 687632
  • February 2009
  • Region: United States
  • 41 Pages
  • Primary Research Group

The Survey of American College Students is a representative probability sample of more than 400 American college students. The series of reports from the Survey of American College Students includes traditional market research reports for industry as well as college student satisfaction and use studies designed to give librarians and college administrators information on how students are using college resources nation-wide. Data is presented for all college students and broken out by sixteen criteria including college size, college type, mean college SAT acceptance score, gender, grade levels, academic grades, region of the country, type of locale of origin, academic major or focus, and other variables. The Survey of American College Students, Higher Education Services Reports, focuses on how college students use and how satisfied they are with campus services such as tutoring services, college police and security, athletic facilities, financial aid and many other college services.

The Survey of American College Students: Use of and Satisfaction with College Tutoring Services. This report presents 85 tables of data exploring how full time college students in the United States READ MORE >

METHODOLOGY

HOW TO READ THE DATA

THE QUESTIONNAIRE

HOW THE DATA IS BROKEN OUT

LIST OF TABLES

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS

Percentage of Colleges that Offer Tutoring Programs

Percentage of Students Who Have Ever Used their College Tutoring Service

Percentage of Students that Plan to Use the College’s Tutoring Service in the Future

The Degree to Which Students Who Have Had Tutoring Have Found the Experience Useful

Student Perception of the Quality of the Tutoring Program

SECTION One: Percentage of Students that Attend Colleges that Offer Tutoring Services

SECTION #2: Percentage of Students that have ever used the college tutoring service

SECTION #3: Likelihood that student will seek out the college tutoring service in the future

SECTION #4: Ranking of overall general experience of the college’s tutoring service

SECTION #5: Evaluation of college tutoring program or efforts

LIST OF TABLES

PERCENTAGE OF FULL TIME COLLEGE STUDENTS WHO HAVE EVER REPORTED AN INCIDENT TO THE CAMPUS POLICE, BROKEN OUT BY INCOME LEVEL OF THE STUDENT’S FAMILY OF ORIGIN*

TABLE 1.1: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES

TABLE 1.2: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY AGE OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 1.3: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY POPULATION INTENSITY OF THE PLACE OF ORIGIN

TABLE 1.4: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION OF ORIGIN OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 1.5: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS & SENIORS

TABLE 1.6: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY BROKEN OUT BY INCOME LEVEL OF THE STUDENT’S FAMILY OF ORIGIN

TABLE 1.7: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF RELIGIOSITY OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 1.8: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY THE POLITICAL VIEWS OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 1.9: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY GRADE POINT AVERAGE OR EQUIVALENT

TABLE 1.10: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC MAJOR OR FOCUS

TABLE 1.11: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY GENDER OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 1.12: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLEGE STUDENTS

TABLE 1.13: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE LIVING ARRANGEMENT

TABLE 1.14: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SITUATION

TABLE 1.15: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE

TABLE 1.16: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY SIZE OF ENROLLMENT OF COLLEGE

TABLE 1.17: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS IN THE SAMPLE THAT ATTEND COLLEGES THAT OFFER TUTORING SERVICES, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLICLY CLAIMED MEAN SAT ACCEPTANCE SCORE OF THE COLLEGE ATTENDED

TABLE 2.1: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE

TABLE 2.2: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY AGE OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 2.3: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY POPULATION INTENSITY OF THE PLACE OF ORIGIN

TABLE 2.4: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION OF ORIGIN OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 2.5: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS & SENIORS

TABLE 2.6: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY BROKEN OUT BY INCOME LEVEL OF THE STUDENT’S FAMILY OF ORIGIN

TABLE 2.7: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF RELIGIOSITY OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 2.8: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY THE POLITICAL VIEWS OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 2.9: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY GRADE POINT AVERAGE OR EQUIVALENT

TABLE 2.10: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC MAJOR OR FOCUS

TABLE 2.11: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY GENDER OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 2.12: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLEGE STUDENTS

TABLE 2.13: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE LIVING ARRANGEMENT

TABLE 2.14: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SITUATION

TABLE 2.15: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE
TABLE 2.16: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY SIZE OF ENROLLMENT OF COLLEGE

TABLE 2.17: PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS THAT HAVE EVER USED THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLICLY CLAIMED MEAN SAT ACCEPTANCE SCORE OF THE COLLEGE ATTENDED

TABLE 3.1: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE

TABLE 3.2: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY AGE OF THE STUDENT
TABLE 3.3: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY POPULATION INTENSITY OF THE PLACE OF ORIGIN

TABLE 3.4: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION OF ORIGIN OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 3.5: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS & SENIORS X

TABLE 3.6: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY BROKEN OUT BY INCOME LEVEL OF THE STUDENT’S FAMILY OF ORIGIN Y

TABLE 3.7: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF RELIGIOSITY OF THE STUDENT Z

TABLE 3.8: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY THE POLITICAL VIEWS OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 3.9: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY GRADE POINT AVERAGE OR EQUIVALENT

TABLE 3.10: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC MAJOR OR FOCUS

TABLE 3.11: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY GENDER OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 3.12: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLEGE STUDENTS

TABLE 3.13: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE LIVING ARRANGEMENT

TABLE 3.14: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SITUATION

TABLE 3.15: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE

TABLE 3.16: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY SIZE OF ENROLLMENT OF COLLEGE

TABLE 3.17: LIKELIHOOD THAT STUDENT WILL SEEK OUT THE COLLEGE TUTORING SERVICE IN THE FUTURE, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLICLY CLAIMED MEAN SAT ACCEPTANCE SCORE OF THE COLLEGE ATTENDED

TABLE 4.1: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE

TABLE 4.2: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY AGE OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 4.3: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY POPULATION INTENSITY OF THE PLACE OF ORIGIN V

TABLE 4.4: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION OF ORIGIN OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 4.5: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS & SENIORS

TABLE 4.6: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY BROKEN OUT BY INCOME LEVEL OF THE STUDENT’S FAMILY OF ORIGIN

TABLE 4.7: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF RELIGIOSITY OF THE STUDENT
TABLE 4.8: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY THE POLITICAL VIEWS OF THE STUDENT
TABLE 4.9: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY GRADE POINT AVERAGE OR EQUIVALENT
TABLE 4.10: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC MAJOR OR FOCUS
TABLE 4.11: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY GENDER OF THE STUDENT
TABLE 4.12: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLEGE STUDENTS

TABLE 4.13: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE LIVING ARRANGEMENT

TABLE 4.14: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SITUATION

TABLE 4.15: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE

TABLE 4.16: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY SIZE OF ENROLLMENT OF COLLEGE

TABLE 4.17: RANKING OF OVERALL GENERAL EXPERIENCE OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING SERVICE, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLICLY CLAIMED MEAN SAT ACCEPTANCE SCORE OF THE COLLEGE ATTENDED

TABLE 5.1: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS

TABLE 5.2: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY AGE OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 5.3: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY POPULATION INTENSITY OF THE PLACE OF ORIGIN

TABLE 5.4: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY GEOGRAPHIC REGION OF ORIGIN OF THE STUDENT
TABLE 5.5: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORES, JUNIORS & SENIORS

TABLE 5.6: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY BROKEN OUT BY INCOME LEVEL OF THE STUDENT’S FAMILY OF ORIGIN

TABLE 5.7: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY LEVEL OF RELIGIOSITY OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 5.8: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY THE POLITICAL VIEWS OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 5.9: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY GRADE POINT AVERAGE OR EQUIVALENT

TABLE 5.10: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY ACADEMIC MAJOR OR FOCUS

TABLE 5.11: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY GENDER OF THE STUDENT

TABLE 5.12: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLIC AND PRIVATE COLLEGE STUDENTS
TABLE 5.13: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE LIVING ARRANGEMENT
TABLE 5.14: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SITUATION

TABLE 5.15: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY TYPE OF COLLEGE

TABLE 5.16: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY SIZE OF ENROLLMENT OF COLLEGE

TABLE 5.17: EVALUATION OF COLLEGE’S TUTORING PROGRAM OR EFFORTS, BROKEN OUT BY PUBLICLY CLAIMED MEAN SAT ACCEPTANCE SCORE OF THE COLLEGE ATTENDED

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