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Mission & Pillars

Mission & Learning Outcomes of the IU Southeast Residential Community

Mission

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.

Learning Outcomes

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.

Character Development

  • 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.

Campus Events

Classes Begin for Summer II

Classes Begin for Summer II

June 25th, 2018

All day event

MIS Information Session II

MIS Information Session II

June 27th, 2018

6:00 PM - 7:15 PM

Orientation (First-Year Students)

Orientation (First-Year Students)

June 28th, 2018

All day event

Independence Day Holiday - No Classes

Independence Day Holiday - No Classes

July 4th, 2018

All day event

Orientation (First-Year Students)

Orientation (First-Year Students)

July 11th, 2018

All day event

Orientation (Transfer Students)

Orientation (Transfer Students)

July 13th, 2018

All day event

Orientation (First-Year Students)

Orientation (First-Year Students)

July 17th, 2018

All day event

Orientation (First-Year Students)

Orientation (First-Year Students)

July 24th, 2018

All day event

Orientation (Transfer Students)

Orientation (Transfer Students)

July 24th, 2018

All day event

Orientation (First-Year Students)

Orientation (First-Year Students)

July 26th, 2018

All day event

Classes End for Summer II Session

Classes End for Summer II Session

August 6th, 2018

8:00 AM - 9:00 AM

Orientation (First-Year Students)

Orientation (First-Year Students)

August 8th, 2018

All day event

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