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    The Effect of Campus Climate on Students: Introducing a Bi-Lateral Selection Process

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    Higher education institutions often create an isolated environment to conduct their business for various reasons such as a need of space or religious or social preferences (Ruben, 2004). Ruben further suggests that isolation can be a tool to control student experience by blocking unwanted experiences, interests and possible distractions. Isolation can be real or perceived. Students entering college for the first time experience multiple point of stress such as departing their home communities, leaving family and friends behind and entering the new college community (Why students, 2003). Campus climate is the foundation on which all elements of a school: students, faculty, and administration interact. All elements are affected by campus climate and each element has the potential to influence campus climate. In order to assess campus climate, institutions should solicit information from all groups of the campus community (Mayhew, Grunwald & Dey, 2006)

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    Title : The Effect of Campus Climate on Students: Introducing a Bi-Lateral Selection Process
    Author(s) : Jason E. Thomas
    Abstract : Higher education institutions often create an isolated environment to conduct their business for various reasons such as a need of space or religious or social preferences (Ruben, 2004). Ruben further suggests that isolation can be a tool to control student experience by blocking unwanted experiences, interests and possible distractions. Isolation can be real or perceived. Students entering college for the first time experience multiple point of stress such as departing their home communities, leaving family and friends behind and entering the new college community (Why students, 2003). Campus climate is the foundation on which all elements of a school: students, faculty, and administration interact. All elements are affected by campus climate and each element has the potential to influence campus climate. In order to assess campus climate, institutions should solicit information from all groups of the campus community (Mayhew, Grunwald & Dey, 2006)
    Keywords : Education, higher education, campus climate, culture, adult learning

    Subject : unspecified
    Area : Education
    Language : English
    Year : 2009

    Affiliations Concordia University, Grand Canyon University, University of Phoenix, Austin, TX

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