HomeLEAPS: Miriam College Faculty Research Journalvol. 26 no. 1 (2006)

Students’ Perceptions of Miriam College

Rachel C. Reyes

Discipline: Education, Psychology



The objectives of this study were to (1) elicit students’ perceptions of certain aspects of their Miriam College education; and (2) to examine the impact of the Miriam College education from the students’ satisfaction ratings and changes in self-ratings. A survey questionnaire was administered to a stratified random sample of college students. Results of the study revealed both the strengths and areas for improvement in the Miriam College education from the perspective of its students. The findings provide suggestions for review of the many aspects of the College Units’ programs and policies.