Social Interactions as Correlate of Adult Education Students’ Study Habit in University of Ilorin, Nigeria


  • Olufemi Okoji University of Ilorin
  • Regina Abua University of Ilorin
  • Taiwo Toyin Ambali University of Ilorin


population sample in the study included 200 Adult Education students from University of Ilorin. Descriptive statistics of mean was used to answer research question while the hypotheses were tested using a Linear Multiple Regression to test the hypotheses at 0.05 level of significance. Result showed that there was a significant correlation between social interactions (i.e. lecturer-students, students-students and students-parent interactions) and adult education students’ study habit. Thus, we recommended in the study that Adult education lecturers should establish good working relationship with their students based on understanding love and genuine concern for the academic success of the students. Parents should always have a friendly inter-personal relationship with their wards so as to foster their wards’ study habit in schools.

Author Biographies

Olufemi Okoji, University of Ilorin

Dr. Olufemi Okoji
Associate Professor
University of Ilorin, Nigeria

Regina Abua, University of Ilorin

Author and Affiliation
Regina Abua
University of Ilorin, Nigeria

Taiwo Toyin Ambali, University of Ilorin

Author and Affiliation
Prof. Taiwo Toyin Ambali
University of Ilorin, Nigeria


2023-09-04 — Updated on 2023-09-14