Open Access Review Article

An Analysis of the Current Situation of College Students’ Learning: Based on Survey Research Concerning the Need of Wuyi University to Increase College Students’ Obligations

Chi Zhou1*, George Zhuang2 and Wenbo Li1

1School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Wuyi University, China

2Department of History, University of Florida, USA

Corresponding Author

Received Date: March 17, 2020;  Published Date: March 26, 2020


Since the start of the 21st century, the generations of the 1980s and 1990s were already a significant force influencing the development of the younger generations. This is especially true of the post-90s age, which has dispersed throughout the country to major colleges and universities. It is clear now that they have become the backbone of social development and shoulder the historical responsibility of China’s dream of great rejuvenation. This paper explores the current situation of contemporary college students’ learning, whether to increase student obligations and in-depth thinking about the factors that affect modern college students’ learning, to raise awareness of the problem, and to provide more effective suggestions for the solving of such issues.

Keywords: College students; Increasing obligation; Learning status; Problem analysis

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