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Departmental Student Learning Outcomes

The Division of Students Affairs supports the following student learning outcomes. Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will…


Community Engagement

Demonstrates a commitment to meeting community identified needs through participation in service/volunteer activities.

Health & Wellness

Engages in behaviors and contributes to environments that promote holistic wellness and reduces risk.

Inclusive Excellence

Examine one’s own identity and culture to foster meaningful engagement with others.

Career Readiness

Articulate skills, strengths, knowledge, and experiences relevant to one’s career development.

Leadership Development 

Demonstrates skill in guiding and assisting a group, organization or community in meeting its goals.  


In support of these student learning outcomes, departments have reported their own student learning outcomes for work they have done throughout the 2020-2021 academic year. 95.8% of 26,939 respondents met the targeted student learning outcomes as reported by Student Affairs departments.

Below are the student learning outcomes as reported by departments.


Campus Recreation & Intramurals

96% of patrons identified their participation in a program allowed them to demonstrate skills in guiding and assisting a group, organization, or community in meeting its goals

Counseling Center

Clients showed greater clinical improvement than 81.5 – 99.5% of University counseling center clients nationwide well above the mean rate of change, which is 50%.


Campus Recreation and Intramurals

99% of students in CRI programs reported their participation contributed to increasing their holistic wellness and reducing risk.


Student Wellness and Health Promotion

91% of students who engage in wellness programming report that programming had a positive impact in creating an intention for change in their health behavior.

Campus Recreation and Intramurals

98% of students were able to examine their own identity and culture to foster meaningful engagement with others through participation in CRI programs


Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

100% of students surveyed recognize the contributions diversity brings to their own campus and society.


Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

100% of students surveyed identify learning from curricular and co-curricular experiences that apply to career pathways.


Office of Multicultural Affairs

75% of students and staff increased their knowledge of other cultures by participating in cultural programs.


Student Wellness & Health Promotion

100% of students and staff who participate in half of the weekly inclusive excellence discussions report increase diversity and inclusive excellence competency.


Office of Student Activities

95% of students and staff who participate in half of the weekly inclusive excellence discussions report increase diversity and inclusive excellence competency.


Office of Leadership and Community Engagement

98% of students who completed LEAD 1000 report an increased understanding of their personal core values.

Office of Career and Professional Development

In OC&PD, 94% of students reported they were more prepared to effectively communicate their experiences to an employer.


Office of Career and Professional Development

In OC&PD, 100% of students reported they were more prepared to effectively respond to questions they receive in an interview due to mock interview participation.


Counseling Center

100% of Counseling Center trainees attained entry-level professional competencies (in accordance with their respective degree level) by the end of their year-long training program.


Campus Recreation and Intramurals

85% of students working for CRI feel their experience increased or improved their ability to articulate skills, strengths, knowledge and experiences relevant to one’s career development.


Office of Multicultural Affairs

75% of students and staff will understand the Graduate/Professional schools application process by being part of the OMA mentoring program.

Campus Recreation and Intramurals

99% of students felt their participation in CRI programs allowed them to demonstrate a commitment to meeting community-identified needs through participation in service/volunteer activities.


Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life

100% of students understand the skill set learned from fraternity or sorority membership and utilize it effectively for engaging them in accomplishing the group’s goals.


Office of Leadership and Community Engagement

97% of students report having learned the 5 Practices of Exemplary Leadership.


Office of Multicultural Affairs

80% of students and staff identify cross-cultural communication strategies by attending diversity trainings/workshops.


Student Union and Event Services

100% of Student Facility Managers communicate effectively with staff and student employees.


Student Union and Event Services

75% of Student Facility Managers demonstrate good leadership and decision-making.

Last updated: 10/15/2021