Theses and Dissertations
The Impact Participation in School Actvities, Events and Organizations has on the Veterans' Ability to Assimilate to Campus Culture
Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Jeffrey McQuillen
Dr. Gregory Selber
Dr. Philip Ethridge
This study examines the relationship between student veterans’ self-perceived level of participation in school activities/events and school organizations and the association his/her participation has with his/her level of assimilation to college life. This study serves as the basis for follow up research, aiming to discover innovative tools and resources that will assist veterans facing difficulty with assimilating to college life. Subjects in the study are one hundred student veterans from a southwestern university and college. The instruments for the study are the Veteran Involvement Questionnaire (VIQ) and the Student Adaptation to College Questionnaire (SACQ). The results of the study reveal significant correlation between the variables participation and assimilation. The results of the study also suggest the need for further research to investigate other contributing factors of student veteran assimilation into campus culture.
Fagan, Eric Scott, "The Impact Participation in School Actvities, Events and Organizations has on the Veterans' Ability to Assimilate to Campus Culture" (2018). Theses and Dissertations. 234.
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