Students Life Satisfaction

Fostering wellbeing is a way to show students we care about them.

Students Well Being

Student wellbeing can be broadly defined as a student’s overall development and quality of life. Wellbeing is a holistic term that encompasses all aspects of a student’s life, including their physical, social, mental and emotional state. A student’s wellbeing can change from day to day, month to month and year to year. It is affected by changes happening inside their bodies and in the world around them.

How does Students Life Satisfaction help?

Over the past 10 years, a growing body of evidence shows why student well-being is an important element of education and overall student success. Two big reasons emerge. One is the recognition that schooling is about much more than academic outcomes. Second, students with high levels of well-being tend to have better academic and life outcomes, in school and beyond.

Well-being and Academic Achievement

There is a direct link between well-being and academic achievement and vice versa, i.e. well-being is a crucial prerequisite for achievement and achievement is essential for well-being.

Healthy Lifestyle

Well-being is important at school because schools have an essential role to play in supporting students to make healthy lifestyle choices and understand the effects of their choices on their health and well-being.

Improvement in Achievments

The students feeling satisfied with their schools will develop their positive attitudes towards learning-teaching process and improve their achievements.

Cope with Negative Situation

The students’ well-being makes it possible for them to cope with bad effect of the environment (Jarvela. 2011).

How to Assess my Life Satisfaction Level?

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Knowledge checkers will assess student’s wellbeing with the Multidimensional Students’ Life Satisfaction Scale. The Multidimensional Students’ Life Satisfaction Scale, divides satisfaction into different domains: family, friends, school, living environment, and self. The results will be analysed and a comparative score will be provided as given below.

What does the Students Life Satisfaction Scale Assess?

1. The Multidimensional Students Life Satisfaction Scale

Developers: Huebner, E. S.

The impetus for the construction of the Multidimensional Students Life Satisfaction Scale (MSLSS) was the increased interest in the promotion of positive psychological well-being in children and adolescents (Compass, 1993; Sarason, 1997). … The MSLSS was designed to (a) provide a profile of children’s satisfaction with important, specific domains (e.g., school, family, friends) in their lives; (b) assess their general overall life satisfaction; (c) demonstrate acceptable psychometric properties (e.g., acceptable subscale reliability); (d) reveal a replicable factor structure indicating the meaningfulness of the five dimensions; and (e) be used effectively with children across a wide range of age (grades 3-12) and ability levels


Huebner, E. S. (1994). Preliminary development and validation of a multidimensional life satisfaction scale for children. Psychological Assessment, 6, 149-158.

2. College Students Subjective Wellbeing Questionnaire

Developers: Huebner, E. S.

The College Student Subjective Wellbeing Questionnaire (CSSWQ) is a 16-item, selfreport, evidence-based rating scale for assessing college students’ wellbeing. The CSSWQ is comprised of four subscales: (1) Academic Satisfaction, (2) Academic Efficacy, (3) School Connectedness, and (4) College Gratitude.


Renshaw, T. L. (2020). College Student Subjective Wellbeing Questionnaire (CSSWQ): Measure and user guide. Open Science Framework

Is it possible to improve the Satisfaction Level?

Yes, based on your level of satisfaction with Family, Friends, School. Living Encironment and Self our Life Skills Trainer can help you improve your quality of life