Student Learning Outcomes

Student learning happens throughout and across the college experience. The following five broad, division-wide student learning domains and related student learning outcomes statements define important co-curricular learning which Homewood Student Affairs deems integral to student learning and development.

For information on doing learning outcome assessment go to the Assessment Tools and Methods page.

Divisional Domains & Learning Outcome Statements

Humanitarianism & Civic Engagement

Students who engage in Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will develop and demonstrate a deep understanding of social issues at all levels of society, and exemplify a commitment to civic and social responsibility through their decision-making and leadership.

Practical Competence

Students who engage in Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will build an intellectual and practical foundation of skills to manage personal and professional experiences and behaviors in the pursuit of life-long fulfillment.

Intrapersonal Development

Students who engage in Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will be able to demonstrate social and emotional competence through awareness of self and others, self-management, and healthy relationships and behaviors.

Interpersonal Competence

Students who engage in Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will develop healthy, collaborative relationships, and help each other grow by seeking out different perspectives and opinions.

Complex Knowledge Acquisition and Application

Students who engage in Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will develop, integrate, and apply knowledge that advances their academic, professional, and personal growth.