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IU Southeast

Enrollment Management & Student

Affairs Strategic Plan 201

6

-202

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DIVISION MISSION

Inspire holistic development and learning by valuing and engaging each student in experiential opportunities

that prepare them to thrive as contributing citizens.

DIVISION LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Community and Social Engagement

Students will cultivate healthy, meaningful relationships with others.

[GE-Reasoning About Diversity]

[CAS-Interpersonal Competence]

Students will contribute to the social, economic, or educational development of the campus and

surrounding community.

[GE-Reasoning About Ethical Questions or Diversity] [CAS-Humanitarianism and

Civic Engagement; Knowledge Acquisition, Construction, Integration, and Application]

Students will effectively work with team members through engaging in discussions, listening,

completing assigned tasks, providing assistance and/or encouragement, and treating others with

respect and dignity.

[GE-Reasoning About Diversity; Oral Communication] [CAS-Interpersonal

Competence]

Leadership and Global Perspective

Students will engage others to build consensus, define values, or meet shared goals.

[GE-Oral and

Written Communication] [CAS-Interpersonal Competence]

Students will recognize, respect, value, and understand the impact of multiple perspectives (diversity)

and the interconnectedness of global and local communities.

[GE-Reasoning About Diversity] [CAS-

Humanitarianism and Civic Engagement; Knowledge Acquisition, Construction, Integration, and

Application]

Students will demonstrate transferrable professional skills developed while participating in curricular

and co-curricular activities with a socially diverse group of people.

[GE-Oral Communication;

Quantitative Reasoning] [CAS-Practical Competence; Knowledge Acquisition, Construction, Integration,

and Application]

Health and Wellness

Students will manage physical and mental health behaviors in a way that will promote personal

growth,

development, and resiliency

,

and reduce risk.

[GE-Reasoning About Ethical Questions; Oral

Communication] [CAS-Intrapersonal Development; Practical Competence]

Students will demonstrate time management, financial literacy, and study skills.

[GE-Quantitative

Reasoning; Information Literacy] [CAS-Practical Competence]

Students will identify and utilize campus and community resources to address challenges or solve

problems.

[GE-Critical Thinking; Information Literacy] [CAS-Practical Competence; Knowledge Acquisition,

Construction, Integration, and Application]

Character Development

Students will express ideas, values, beliefs, and challenges non-verbally, in writing, and orally.

[GE-

Reasoning About Ethical Questions; Oral and Written Communication] [CAS-Practical Competence]

Students will make informed choices with respect to ethical principles and community standards, while

foreseeing consequences of their choices.

[GE-Reasoning About Ethical Questions] [CAS-Intrapersonal

Development]

Students will think critically using complex information from a variety of sources

,

including personal

experiences and observation

,

to draw logical conclusions and form a decision or opinion.

[GE-Critical

Thinking] [CAS-Cognitive Complexity; Knowledge Acquisition, Construction, Integration, and Application]