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Building Performance and Academic Performance of University Campuses

M. Syaom Barliana, Budi Kudwadi, Dedy Suryadi, Fauzi Rahmanullah
2021 Proceedings of the 6th UPI International Conference on TVET 2020 (TVET 2020)   unpublished
Amidst the limited state budget, one of the efforts to improve the quality of higher education facilities and infrastructure is obtaining through foreign loan and grant financing (PPHLN). The problem, does physical transformation has a balanced impact on improving the quality of higher education, namely, education, research, and community service? Research with the Post Occupational Evaluation method will focus on architectural transformation related to building performance, as well as its
more » ... as well as its implications for the academic performance of lecturers and the performance of higher education institutions. The study will also compare the performance of buildings and the academic performance of universities that obtain and do not or have not yet received PHPLN. The results of the study will shows there is no significant different between building performance and academic performance which get PPHLN or not. However, individually, there is difference between building performance and academic performance UPI (PPHLN) with UNP (PPHLN) and UNIMED also UNM (Non-PPHLN).
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.210203.077 fatcat:e63qf52knjfwpnt6v6kmh2flda