Residence Life: Residence Coordinators, Resident Assistants, & Community Leaders

Student Learning Goals & Outcomes Assessed during 2005-2006

Through leadership opportunities provided by Residence Life, Residence Coordinators, Resident Assistants, and Community Leaders are expected to enhance their abilities/attitudes/confidence/awareness/understanding in the following areas:

  •   Citizenship & Leadership:  
    • Ability to empower others
    • Ability to motivate others
    • Ability to hold oneself accountable to others
    • Ability to hold others accountable to the community
    • Ability to connect with others
    • Ability to mediate conflict
    • Ability to be a leader within student groups
  • Communication Skills & Problem Solving:
    • Listening skills
    • Ability to articulate one's perspectives to others
    • Ability to identify concerns that merit attention
    • Ability to identify and consider multiple options for response and/or action
    • Confidence in addressing concerns that merit attention
    • Ability to collaborate with others
  •  Understanding of Self and Others:
    • Understanding of one's own personal beliefs/values
    • Understanding of one's own personal strengths/weaknesses
    • Understanding of others' personal beliefs/values
    • Ability to identify and respond to different perspectives of others
    • Awareness of differences among students (e.g. racial/ethnic, sexual orientation, cultural, religious, political, and socio-economic)
    • Willingness to appreciate differences among students (e.g. racial/ethnic, sexual orientation, cultural, religious, political, and socio-economic)
    • Awareness of one's own privileges
    • Awareness of one's own prejudices