The Role of the Employees in the Jordanian Universities Students' Affairs Deanships in Attracting Students towards Participating in Activities

Omar T. Batayeneh

Abstract


The present study aimed at investigating the role of deanships of students affairs of Jordanian universities in encouraging students participation in university activities. The sample of the study consisted of all employees (242) working at deanships of students affairs in three official universities in Jordan (Yarmouk, Hashemyia and Mu'ta) during the second semester of the academic year 2009-2010. Results of the study indicated that universities deanships of students affairs play a significant role in encouraging students participations in universities activities as indicated in participates responses on the study instrument. In addition results showed that there were no significant differences between employee's role in encouraging student's participation in university activities that can be attributed to gender, years of experience and academic qualification. However, differences were only found based on student's socioeconomic status for the favor of the Hashemite University.

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