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Empirical Study on Campus-life Satisfaction of Undergraduates

Wang Jiayi Zhao Zhichun( Northwest Normal University Lanzhou 730070)  
In order to find out the condition of college students' campus-life satisfaction, researchers used the questionnaire which was compiled by themselves to do a sampling survey on undergraduates, which is from grade 1 to grade 3. The conclusions of this study are: Firstly, the majority of students are satisfied with their campus life, and undergraduates are the most satisfied with the campus administration, but they are not satisfied with class and teaching. Secondly, there is no significant difference in campus-life satisfaction between boys and girls, and between urban students and rural students. Thirdly, freshmen are significantly more satisfied with teaching than students grade 2, but their degree of campus administration satisfaction is significantly lower than juniors. Finally, campus administration satisfaction, teaching satisfaction and class satisfaction are the most three important factors to undergraduates' campus-life satisfaction.
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