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Our learning outcomes describe the specific student behaviors that show the acquisition of desired knowledge, skills, abilities, capacities, attitudes or dispositions that we strive for in our work in Student Affairs.
1: Critical Thinking
Integrate complex information gathered from various sources and points of view as a guide for personal beliefs and actions
2: Effective Communication
Exchange and/or comprehend information and/or ideas through verbal and nonverbal expression
3: Leadership Development
Involves the ability to engage and positively empower self and others to inspire a shared vision, act with integrity, and work for effective action
4: Personal Responsibility
Acknowledge one's feelings, perception, and actions in relation to others and the environment as influenced by choices in the past, decisions in the present and impact on the future
5: Multicultural Maturity and Competency
Understand one's own identity and culture, seek involvement with people and experiences different from oneself, and value the impact of diversity on a global society
6: Social Responsibility
Understand the obligation for involvement and positive contributions to individuals, communities, and others
Integrate physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual health and harmony