Division of Student Affairs Learning Outcomes
Critical Thinking Skills: Critical thinking skills refer to the ability to independently and accurately evaluate information, data and ideas from multiple perspectives.
Effective Communication: Effective communication embodies the ability to receive information, exchange ideas, present information, and convey messages in ways that are effective and appropriate to the situation and audience.
Multicultural Competence and Active Citizenship: Multicultural competence and active citizenship refer to understanding and appreciating human differences as well as positively contributing to the community.
Practical Competence / Life Skills: These skills refer to the capacity to manage one’s affairs both inside and outside the university.
Leadership and Interpersonal Competence: These skills refer to the ability to mobilize groups around shared interests as well as demonstrate and sustain meaningful relationships.
Healthy Living: Healthy living refers to making informed decisions and acting on those decisions to enhance personal and community health.
Student Involvement Learning Outcomes
By participating in Student Involvement programs and services, students will be able to:
1. Evaluate information in order to compare one’s own perspectives/realities with others’
2. Understand one’s role in a community and the impact of one’s own decisions and actions
3. Connect their curricular and co-curricular experiences
4. Develop positive interpersonal relationships with individuals within the campus community
5. Recognize the importance of using available campus resources to support their success