Research Article

Food Satisfaction among Students: A Study of Present Public University Students in Bangladesh


  • Md Nurul Raihen Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Stephen F Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX, USA
  • Sultana Akter MS Student in Statistics, Department of Statistics, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, USA
  • Md Nazmul Sardar Senior Officer, Product Development at Radiant Pharmaceuticals (Licenses of F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd), Dhaka, Bangladesh


This study's primary goal is to examine the characteristics of public university canteen food service. A saying goes, "Health is riches." Therefore, it not only helps them to clear their minds but also enables them to focus on their studies, families, and careers. A model was created from the information that was provided and tested using information from a survey that was carried out at a college in northwest Pennsylvania. The findings imply that staff behavior, food quality, and price are the three key factors that affect student satisfaction. Cleanliness, responsiveness, and environment are further important factors. Considering these factors (food quality, food variety, price justice, ambiance, etc.) could help people in charge of food services provide more value and satisfaction to improve students' entire educational experience.

Article information


Journal of Mathematics and Statistics Studies

Volume (Issue)

4 (1)





How to Cite

Raihen, M. N., Akter, S., & Sardar, M. N. (2023). Food Satisfaction among Students: A Study of Present Public University Students in Bangladesh. Journal of Mathematics and Statistics Studies, 4(1), 01–18.



Food Satisfaction, Hypothesis, Bivariate and Multivariate Analysis, Binary Logistic, Ordinary Logistic, Ch-square Test