This study examines the impact of Asian student dependence on faculty to learn course material and student
satisfaction with faculty support on their commitment to continuing study. Asian students enrolled in business management
program at colleges and universities in British Columbia, Canada were surveyed to find out if the degree of their dependence
on faculty to learn course material and their satisfaction with faculty support enhance their commitment to continue
to study at their institute of higher education. Results show that the degree of students’ perceived commitment to
continuing study is positively related to the degree of student dependence on faculty to learn course material and their satisfaction
with faculty support. The paper also offers useful insights for the North American colleges and universities based
on empirical evidence.