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Student Affairs

Student Learning Outcomes

Student affairs professionals have a particular responsibility for ensuring that our campus is a true learning community committed to providing “transformative” educational experiences for all students. The Clemson University Division of Student Affairs has adopted four student learning outcomes:

Self Knowledge:

  • As a result of their participation in the Tiger Life Mentor Program, student mentees will be able to articulate at least one individual personal, educational or career-related goal; three personal strengths and one weakness; one instance in which they have exhibited self-reliant behavior; and one situation in which they exhibited enhanced self-esteem.
  • As a result of their participation on the Student Affairs Student Advisory Board, students will be able to articulate at least one personal core value.

Leadership and Communication:

  • As a result of their participation on the Student Affairs Student Advisory Board, students will be able to articulate the development of personal leadership skills.

Social Responsibility:

  • As a result of their participation on the Student Affairs Student Advisory Board, students will be able to articulate at least one Clemson core value and will be able to offer at least one personal example of a time when they listened to and considered other's points of view while treating them with respect.

Life Skills Application:

  • As a result of applying the comprehensive set of skills and knowledge gained from one’s Clemson education in effectively planning one’s everyday and future activities while solving personal and community-related problems in ever-changing environments.

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