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 co-curricular programs and services in the Division with the five domains of the Co-Curricular Model (CCM). The co-curricular model provides a framework for planning and assessing programs and services to support 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.
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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