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Center for Diversity and Community 

  • Students will articulate aspects of identity expression with others regarding social justice implications.
  • Students will discuss how good bystander behavior is critical in increasing a sense of community and safety for diverse groups.
  • Students will be able to define social justice and reflect on their role in equity and inclusion.

Disability Services

  • Students will be able to articulate awareness of their disability and its impact on learning.
  • Students will demonstrate their responsibility in the process of requesting and using accommodations.
  • Student will demonstrate knowledge of campus resources and co-curricular activities.

Leadership

  • Students will be able to articulate examples of establishing meaningful interpersonal relationships through conversations and experiences.
  • Students will be able to articulate their personal values.
  • Students will be able to articulate increased cultural competency through reflection of diverse experiences.

Muenster University Center

  • Students will be able to articulate concepts of inclusive excellence through participation in student services programming.
  • Graduate assistants will be able to articulate basic student services policies and procedures.
  • Student leaders will be able to document strategies to effectively maintain a balance between academics and extracurricular commitments.

Native Student Services

  • Students will be able to articulate their personal and cultural values and identity
  • Students will be able to develop and nurture healthy relationships with others in the community and in the broader university community
  • Students will develop strong culturally based leadership skills

Sorority/Fraternity Life

  • Students will be able to implement effective strategies for risk management in their organization.
  • Students will be able to articulate personal values and demonstrate congruence between values and actions.
  • Students will e able to articulate increased cultural competency through reflecting on diverse experiences.

Student Counseling Center

  •  Students will indicate improvement in balance between education, work and leisure time.
  • Students will articulate long-term goals and objectives.
  • Students will indicate behaviors and environments that promote health and reduce risk.

Student Engagement

  • Students will demonstrate leadership skills through participation in the spirit program activities.
  • Students will be able to articulate their personal and team values.
  • Students will be able to identify healthy behaviors for fitness and reputation

Student Rights and Responsibilities

  • Students will be able to reflect on violations and articulate behavioral standards required in the community living policy.
  • Students who participate in Code of Conduct processes through SRR will be able to identify the basic university due process rights and their responsibility as governed by SDBOR policy and professional best practices.
  • Respondents to Code of Conduct charges related to academic misconduct will be able to articulate the applicability of integrity to their aspired profession.

Student Veteran Resource Center

  • Military affiliated students will gain knowledge of the available resources and develop relationships with others in the university community.
  • Military affiliated students will understand the importance of and work toward holistic wellness.

TRIO

  • Students will articulate goals for graduation through an individualized plan.
  • Students will reflect on their growth from participating in high impact practices.
  • Students will articulate the meaning of Inclusive Excellence and describe their role in promoting Inclusive Excellence at USD.

Upward Bound

  • Upward Bound students will successfully apply for Financial Aid.
  • Upward Bound students will demonstrate leadership skills during opportunities provided in the summer program.
  • Upward Bound students will be able to exhibit an understanding of the SMART goal-setting process

University Housing Learning Outcomes

  • Students living on campus will be able to describe the advantages and impact of living and learning in a diverse community.
  • Student living on campus will be able to articulate examples of health relationships with others in their community.
  • Students living on campus will be able to demonstrate understanding of how individual actions impact the community as a whole.

Wellness Center

  •  Students will demonstrate climbing wall safety.
  • Students will increase the knowledge of health behaviors and indicate how it leads satisfying and productive lifestyles.
  • Student employees will successfully perform risk management procedures.