Student Affairs Programs Learning Outcomes
As a result of participating in Student Affairs Programs, the student will. . .
- Learn accountability and institutional pride to maximize their own individualized talents and skills to collaborate with others and to motivate them toward a common goal.
- Gain skills to help them communicate effectively and professionally, using written, oral and nonverbal expression. Students learn to listen actively and effectively, to evaluate ideas, and to form meaningful interpersonal relationships.
- Maintain and balance a budget to effectively manage one's time. Students learn to build strategies for planning, implementing and evaluating an event, taking into consideration University policies and risk management.
- Interact with others who are different from themselves. Students gain an increased appreciation for diversity and attain valuable skills for success in a pluralistic society. Beyond tolerance, students increase their understanding of the beliefs, values and world views of others.
- Define, refine and clarify their values. Students learn to keep congruence between these beliefs and their actions, and to ethically balance their personal interests with the interests of others and society as a whole.
2010 Student Affairs Assessment Plan
2010 Student Affairs Programs Annual Report
Student Affairs Learning Outcomes Reports
2010 Alcohol Programs
2010 Spirit Programs
2010 Student Affairs Programs
Student Affairs CAS Reports
Fraternity and Sorority Program CAS
Alcohol and Other Drugs CAS
Campus Activities CAS
Service Learning CAS
Student Leadership CAS