Exploring The Relationship Between Members Of Lifelong Learning Institutes And Host Institutions
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Department of Educational Administration and Foundations: Educational Administration
Diane R. Dean
The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between an individual’s involvement in Lifelong Learning Institutes (LLIs) and his or her propensity for philanthropic giving to the institute or its hosting college or university. The dataset was acquired through a survey administered to eleven Osher Lifelong Learning Institutes (OLLIs) in the United States. Data analysis was conducted on seven research questions which explored how the length, type, and frequency of participation, as well as the level satisfaction, commitment, and feelings of community may relate to an LLI participant’s inclination to donate. The findings of this study reveal these areas do influence the inclination to donate, regardless of alumni status. The results of this study encourage OLLI stakeholders to consider the findings during program and strategic planning.
Neidy, Jon Charles, "Exploring The Relationship Between Members Of Lifelong Learning Institutes And Host Institutions" (2019). Theses and Dissertations. 1175.
Adult and Continuing Education Administration Commons, Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching Commons, Family, Life Course, and Society Commons, Higher Education Administration Commons
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