Analysis Of Student Well-Being In High School Students And College Students

  • Ditta Febrieta Universitas Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya
  • Annisa Dhani Rahmawati Universitas Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya
  • Tasya Aulia Adzani Universitas Bhayangkara Jakarta Raya


Positive academic environment is needed by students to optimize the learning process. The problems that arise because poor of academic environment both in school and university. Therefore, this study aims to determine differences in student well-being owned by students and college students. Quantitative research is used in this study using comparative test analysis technique, to determine differences in student well-being between high school students and college students. This research involved 204 respondents in Bekasi city. Convenience sampling is used to help researchers get respondents quickly according to the required characteristics. This study uses the student well-being scale with 6 dimensions which include, social, cognitive, emotional, personal, physical and spiritual. The results found that there is a significant difference between high school students and college students (p = 0.023). Student well-being on high school student (mean = 112.08) is higher than the college student (mean = 93.29). It was found that the social (53.3%) and the emotional dimension (29.8%) had the greatest influence on the emergence of student well-being in high school student. Meanwhile, student well-being in college students had greatest influence on the social (48.4%), followed by the emotional (26.2%), and the cognitive dimension (14.4%). As conclusions, this study found that high school students have higher student well-being than college students. Also found that social and emotional dimensions have greater influence both on high school and college students.

Keywords: College Student; High school student; Student well-being


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