This study aimed to determine the impact of the learning styles of the millennials regarding their preferences on the use of non-print versus print materials. The respondents were the select students from higher education institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain during the 3rd Trimester, SY 2017-2018. This study made use of the descriptive research method, where a questionnaire was used to find out the preferences and learning styles of the millennials in terms of print and non-print materials. The results of the study showed that: millennial respondents regardless of sex and employment status strongly agree on the importance of print materials; majority of the millennials are visual learners; both the male and female millennial respondents accepted the hypothesis of no significant difference on their preferences of the non-print and print materials. Both working and unemployed millennial respondents accepted the hypothesis of no significant difference on their preferences of the use of the print materials while for the non-print materials the respondents rejected the null hypothesis of no significant difference. Hence, the alternative hypothesis of significant difference is accepted. There were statistically significant differences on the learning styles by male and female, working and unemployed respondents. Majority of the millennials were visual learners and they associate learning by seeing, between the learning styles and the reading preferences of the respondents correlation was highly statistically significant in terms of the non-print materials and linear moderate positive correlation for the print material preferences.
Keywords : Print Materials, Non-Print Materials, Learning Styles, Millennials.