Student Learning Outcomes
A student who goes through disciplinary processes will be able to:
- Engage in self-reflection to demonstrate increased self-awareness.
- Understand the role faith plays in developing personal values and behaviors.
- Appraise and enhance relationships with an increased understanding of how personal choices and behaviors impact others.
- Build leadership skills in community living, including effective communication of community standards/policies and consequences.
This department uses various strategies to assess outcomes. Examples include:
- Student learning is assessed through the use of student reflective essays (scored using a rubric, focused on SLOs), assigned as part of sanctions.
- Pre/Posttests of RAs are used to assess understanding of community standards and policies.