Mission & Pillars
Mission & Learning Outcomes of the IU Southeast Residential Community
The Office of Residence Life and Housing creates living-learning environments committed to holistic student development, academic success, and civic engagement. The department strives to provide safe, well-maintained housing facilities that engage students in meaningful discourse and interaction while providing opportunities for personal growth and service to the community.
The Office of Residence Life and Housing, as a member of the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, also strives to assist students to live and learn by following the division learning outcomes that include:
Community and Social Engagement
- Students will cultivate healthy, meaningful relationships with others.
- Students will contribute to the social, economic, or educational development of the campus and surrounding community.
- 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.
Leadership and Global Perspective
- Students will engage others to build consensuses, define values, or meet shared goals.
- Students will recognize, respect, value, and understand the impact of multiple perspectives and diversity, and the interconnectedness of global and local communities.
- Students will demonstrate transferrable professional skills developed while participating in curricular and co-curricular activities with a socially diverse group of people.
Health and Wellness
- Students will manage physical and mental health behaviors in a way that will promote personal growth, development, resiliency, and risk reduction.
- Students will demonstrate time management, financial literacy, and study skills.
- Students will identify and utilize campus and community resources to address challenges or solve problems.
- Students will express ideas, values, beliefs, and challenges orally, non-verbally, and in writing.
- Students will make informed choices with respect to ethical principles and community standards while foreseeing the consequences of their choices.
- Students will think critically using complex information from a variety of sources, including personal experiences and observations, to draw logical conclusions and form unique decisions or opinions.