عنوان مقاله [English]
Universities are physical environments and social environments that influence attitudes, behaviors, and scientific interactions between professors and students, as well as the relationship between university management, the academic community, and learning participation. Meanwhile, consideration of factors affecting learning participation can play a vital role in the utility and desirability of these spaces. Regarding the significance of environment quality, the extant study examined dimensions of the environment quality concept (independent variable), determined its indicators, and examined its role in learning participation (dependent variable). In other words, the present research aimed to improve participation in learning using factors of environmental quality in the University of Bojnord. The research method was descriptive and analytical. Bibliographic tools and questionnaires were employed to gather data. This was applied research in terms of objective. The statistical population comprised students of the University of Bojnord, and samples were selected using a random sampling method. Data analysis was done through SPSS software, Spearman and Pearson correlation tests, and the eta-squared test. Accordingly, 58 items were assessed under the six indicators. In summary, research results indicated that vitality, efficiency, justice (equality), and fit (alignment) were the most important physical factors affecting participation in the learning process on the university campus.