Student Satisfaction Research on Career and For-Profit CollegesRead the latest trend report and white paper from Noel-Levitz
The for-profit higher education sector has grown by 236 percent in the last 10 years, and these schools now serve 12 percent of all college students enrolled in the U.S. Yet there has been little research done on the student experience in this rapidly expanding market.
Two new publications from Noel-Levitz examine student satisfaction among students at career and for-profit institutions:
- The 2012 National Student Satisfaction Report has a special focus on career schools. It examines the satisfaction and priorities of these students from campuses across the United States.
- The Value of Student Satisfaction Assessment at For-Profit Higher Education Institutions is a study by Dave Edens, PhD, who finds that satisfaction assessment provides important data for campus planning, student recruitment, student retention, alumni relations, and other key operations at career schools.
You can also read additional satisfaction-priorities reports on traditional and nontraditional students.