Herlina -, Rudi Susilana, Helli Ihsan


Religiosity has the important role in college students life in Indonesia. Then, the purpose of this research was to highlight the religiosity of college students. The participants of the research were 548 students of Faculty of Education. The isntrument was religiosity scale based on Five dimension of Glock & Stark Religiosity. The results showed that there were different religiosity among programs, freshmen and senior, environments, and parent’s monthly income.

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