This site is intended for administrative departments that provide students with purposeful and structured out-of-class learning experiences.
During the 2004-2005 academic year, College Life Division developed four Overarching Co-Curricular Learning Goals: Ethical Decision-Making, Collaboration & Teamwork, Effective Communication, and Local & Global Citizenship. During 2007-2008, College Life Division revised co-curricular learning goals and articulated Goals for Leadership Development, which focus on four areas of co-curricular learning: Citizenship, Integrity, Inclusiveness, and Emotional Intelligence. Many of the co-curricular programs are intended to reinforce the declared learning goals of the academic curriculum. In alignment with these overarching co-curricular goals, departments articulate their program-level student learning goals.
If you are interested in learning about assessment practices of various co-curricular programs, please contact Jim Duffy (email@example.com) (College Life Division).
- Middle States Standards for Accreditation (13th Edition, 2014, revised standards)