The Division of Student Affairs is committed to a transformative education experience for our students. An institutional priority of Student Affairs is to strategically align all programs/services in the Division with the five domains of the Co-Curricular Model. The co-curricular model creates an integrated learning environment in which students are empowered to apply the knowledge and skills learned in the classroom through a myriad of intentional learning opportunities; creating graduates who are valued and successful in the global workforce.
Student Affairs departments should be able to connect their programs and learning experiences to at least one of the five domains listed below.
Learning Outcome: Recognize, develop, and practice civic responsibility, an appreciation of diverse cultures, and a commitment to society and our environment.
Learning Outcome: Cultivate introspective leadership skills to develop inclusive leaders, attuned to one’s self and the needs of others.
Learning Outcome: Actively practice self-advocacy while demonstrating professionalism, technological competency, and effective communication skills.
Learning Outcome: Demonstrate effective analysis of information, ethical dilemmas, and perspectives to make informed decisions.
Learning Outcome: Manage personal affairs reflective of physical, mental, and spiritual well-being that positively align with professional, personal, and financial obligations and goals.
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