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Student Affairs

Welcome to Student Affairs!

Haggerty Administration Building 701 & 702

As an integral part of the College community, the Student Affairs Division strives to promote the overall growth of the individual. Student Affairs staff are committed to enhancing the formal curricula through the creation of a learning environment where knowledge, tolerance and, social concern are basic values, and through sponsoring programs and services which facilitate student development, responsible citizenship, and positive contributions to the global community. In helping the College community to function and grow, the Student Affairs Office staff act as ombudspersons for community problems and conflicts, and as catalysts for educational programs to enhance the intellectual, social and emotional growth of the individual.

Learning Outcomes

  1. Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Development

    Students who participate in Student affairs programs, activities, or services will develop a strong sense of personal identity and form mature, respectful, and collaborative relationships with others.

  2. Social Responsibility

    Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities, or services will demonstrate an understanding of, and commitment to, social justice, equitable treatment of others, civic responsibility, and personal responsibility.

  3. Life Competencies

    Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities, or services will be able to integrate and apply knowledge and skills gained across curricular, co-curricular, and in other applied learning experiences in order to advance their personal and professional growth.

  4. Cognitive Skills

    Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will be able to engage others in informed debate, principled dissent, accept and appreciate other views, think critically, and view leadership as a process, not a position.

  5. Diversity and Inclusiveness

    Students who participate in Student Affairs programs, activities, and services will be able to participate thoughtfully and respectfully in cultural exploration, engagement, acceptance, and collaboration as members of an inclusive community.