Adventist Education: College Choice and Students Satisfactory of Educational Service Delivery in Babcock University Nigeria
Nwosu, Jonathan Chinaka, Ph.D.

With the emergent number of established faith based institution in Nigeria, and the current economic recession looming the nation. This has led to the question of how these colleges and universities are able to attract students and still satisfy their educational needs in today’s academic marketplace. Few or no study has been done to evaluate the satisfactory level of student’s satisfactory level of services rendered by the parent university, especially Adventist Institution of Higher learning in Nigeria and Africa. Hence, this study therefore seeks to examine college choice and the perceptions of undergraduate students on educational service delivery in an Adventist education. Descriptive survey research design was adopted for this study. The study was carried out in Babcock University, in Ogun State. Nigeria. The population studied comprised all undergraduate students in the university; the total number of 8968 forms the population for the study. Simple random sampling technique was used to select 500 undergraduates. A self- constructed questionnaire titled “Adventist education, admissions and students satisfactory of educational service delivery in Babcock University Questionnaire (AEASSESD)” was developed and used for data collection. The reliability coefficient of the instrument for this study was 0.89 using Cronbach alpha coefficient. The data collected from the respondents were analyzed according to research questions. Descriptive statistics of mean, standard deviation were used to answer the research questions. The results of the administered questionnaires were analyzed with the aid of SPSS 21.0 software.

Full Text: PDF     DOI: 10.15640/ijpt.v6n1a2