M.A. Higher Education
Educational Services and Leadership
College of Education
Sisco, Burton R.
Physical education facilities; College students--Employment
The purpose of this study was to examine the patterns of involvement exhibited by student employees employed by Ashland University Department of Recreational Services during the 2015-2016 academic year. In addition to examining the involvement patterns, the study also examined any links between involvement in specific areas of employment and involvement in other areas on campus. These links of involvement and the amount of involvement were also examined in connection with the satisfaction of different areas of campus, leading to understand the level of satisfaction with the subjects collegiate experience.
The gap in research had not examined the demographics of campus recreation employees and the correlations between those demographics and involvement in other areas on campus. Over 90 campus recreation student employees were surveyed in attempt to gain demographic information and attain the level of involvement on campus these students had, both in number of activities and level of involvement by hour on a weekly and monthly scale. There were significant relationships found between demographic information, including area of employment, and involvement in other areas on campus. The subjects also stated that they felt that academic involvement, social involvement, and campus environment were important, and they were satisfied with all three of those areas.
Fletcher, Justin, "Involvement patterns of campus recreation employees" (2016). Theses and Dissertations. 1651.