Ensuring Client Satisfaction: A Case Study of Union Christian College's Online Services


  • Dianne G. Garcia
  • Marielle L. Borbon
  • John Lester R. Casilla
  • Monica Ico Uson


online services satisfaction, Union Christian College, school operations


Customer satisfaction is a crucial business metric, directly impacting future transactions and customer loyalty. In the education sector, satisfaction with online services is particularly important, as these services have become essential for communication, learning, and administrative tasks. This study examines the efforts of Union Christian College (UCC) in maintaining client satisfaction through its online services.

The study employed a quantitative approach, using a survey questionnaire to collect data from pupils/students, parents, and personnel. The questionnaire assessed the respondents' satisfaction with UCC’s online services, including accessibility, reliability, ease of use, and overall satisfaction.

The study revealed that UCC's online services are generally perceived as very good. Respondents from all three groups agreed expressly that there are high satisfaction levels with the services, as indicated by the Kruskal-Walli’s test. Additionally, it was indicated that there were significant relationships between the status of online delivery practices and satisfaction.

The findings of this study have several implications for UCC:

  1. UCC’s online services are meeting the expectations of its stakeholders.
  2. Continued efforts to improve the quality and efficiency of online services will further enhance customer satisfaction and loyalty.
  3. Regular evaluation of online services will ensure that they remain aligned with the evolving needs of stakeholders.

However, certain limitations were identified:

  1. The survey sample was limited to UCC stakeholders, which may not reflect the broader online community.
  2. The study focused on satisfaction with online services only and did not consider other factors that may influence customer loyalty.

Based on the study findings, the following recommendations are made for UCC:

  1. Implement effective online services that focus on increasing customer satisfaction.
  2. Provide an evaluation mechanism for online services to gather feedback and suggestions for improvement.
  3. Conduct regular reviews of online services to ensure they remain relevant and user-friendly.

This study demonstrates the importance of maintaining client satisfaction through effective online services in the education sector. UCC’s efforts in this regard are commendable, and the recommendations provided can further enhance the quality and user experience of its online services.



How to Cite

Garcia, D. G. ., Borbon, M. L. ., Casilla, J. L. R. ., & Uson, M. I. . (2024). Ensuring Client Satisfaction: A Case Study of Union Christian College’s Online Services. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Union Christian College Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Abstracts, 6(1), 19. Retrieved from https://ojs.aaresearchindex.com/index.php/aasguccphjmra/article/view/13728

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