Student Learning Outcomes

The following four broad, division-wide student learning domains were developed by the Student Learning Working Group in Winter 2013. The four domains and related student learning outcome statements define/describe the co-curricular learning that takes place through the programs, activities and services offered by Student Affairs.

Student Learning Domains And Outcomes

Student Learning Domains And Outcomes
Learning Domain Learning Outcomes
Personal Development

Learning Outcome: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities and services will develop an integrated sense of personal identity and positive sense of self.

Interpersonal Competence

Learning Outcome: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities and services will develop healthy, respectful, and collaborative relationships with others.

Social Responsibility

Learning Outcome: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities and services will demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to social justice and apply that knowledge to create safe, healthy, equitable, and thriving communities.

Cognitive and Practical Skills

Learning Outcome: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities and services will acquire and use cognitive and practical skills that will enable them to live healthy, productive, and purposeful lives.