The aim of this study is to determine the regression levels of perceived school culture to university students’ loyalty levels. This research
is designed in correlational design. School culture is an independent variable, and student loyalty is a dependent variable. The sample of
the study consists of 382 university students determined by a stratified sampling method. School Culture Scale and Student Loyalty Scale
were used to collect data. According to the findings of the study, the level of student loyalty varies according to faculty type, class level,
and taking the course at a regular time. Multiple regression analysis was conducted to determine whether school culture factors predict
student loyalty. It was concluded that instructor-student relationship, commitment, structure/process, and support factors predicted 38%
of student loyalty, respectively.