Learning Outcomes 2013-2014

 

Goal 1: Assist new student in understanding responsibilites within the university setting including financial obligations, social conduct and academic integrity, and academic responsibility.

 

Outcome 1: Students will successfully understand the academic advisement process

 

Measures: Navigate pre-test given during the beginning portion of the orientation program and the post-test given at the conclusion of the orientaion program.

Target: Mean score of at least 8

Outcome 2: Students and families will demonstrate increased knowledge of how specific student services can contribute to freshman year success

 

Measures: Navigate pre-test given during the beginning portion of the orientation program and the post-test given at the conclusion of the orientation program.

Target: Mean score of at least 8

Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate an increased knowledge of how specific co-curricular engagement contributes to freshman year success

 

Measures: Navigate pre-test given during the beginning portion of the orientation program and the post-test given at the conclusion of the orientaion program

Target: Mean score of at least 8

Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate an understanding of student behavioral expectations specific to academic integrity; classroom demeanor and student conduct

 

Measures: Navigate pre-test given during the beginning portion of the orientation program and the post-test given at the conclusion of the orientation program.

Target: Mean score of at least 8

Outcome 5: Students and their families will demonstrate an understanding of university cost, financial obligations, and availability of financial resources

 

Measures: Navigate pre-test given during the beginning portion of the orientation program and the post-test given at the conclusion of the orientation program.

Target: Mean score of at least 8

Goal 2: Provide opportunities for students to engage in meaningful service opportunities locally, regionally, internationally.

 

Outcome 1: Students  will be able to reflect on volunteer service to the community as a component of active citizenship and community engagement

 

Measures: Assessments completed at the conclusion of all service and civic engagement opportunities on a scale of: Disagree, Agree, and No Response. Qualitatively collect data on the assessment for each service amd civic engagement opportunity through open-ended questions for students to share experiences to measure the reflection of the experience.

Target: 85 percent of students will be able to reflect on volunteer service to the community as a component of active citizenship and community engagement.

Outcome 2: Students who participate in volunteer opportunities outside the Savannah area will be exposed and educated on issues outside of the Savannah area.

 

Measures: Assessments completed at the conclusion of all service and civic engagement opportunites on a scale of: Disagree, Agree, and No Response. Assessments completed at the conclusion of services and civic engagement opportunities will include different issues covered during the experience.

Target: 85 percent of students who participate in volunteer opportunities outside the Savannah area will be exposed and educated on issues outside the Savannah area

Outcome 3: Students who participate in Treasure Savannah will learn about the community organization where they volunteered.

 

Measures: Assessments completed at the conclusion of Treasure Savannah scale of: Disagree, Agree, and No Response. Assessment completed at the conclusion of the volunteer experience will include specific topics that the student can learn about through their volunteer experience during Treasure Savannah.

Target: 85 percent of students who participate in Treasure Savannah will learn about the community organization where they volunteered.

Outcome 4: Treasure Savannah participants will report feeling more engaged in the Savannah community.

 

Measures: Assessments completed at the conclusion Treasure Savannah scale of: Disagree, Agree, and No Response.

Target: 85 percent of Treasure Savannah participants will report feeling more engaged in the Savannah community.

Goal 3: Assist students in learning essential leadership skills to prepare them to serve in leadership roles on campus and in the community.

 

Outcome 1: Students will be trained to serve in leadership opportunities on campus and in the community

 

Measures: Assessments completed at the conclusion the Emerging Leaders Program and Learning to Lead Living Learning Community on a scale of: Disagree, Agree, and No Response. Assessment will include opportunity for students to self report leadership opportunities sought and achieved

Target: 80 percents of students partcipating in the NIck Mamalakis Emerging Leader Program and Learning to Lead Living Learning Community  will be able to identify different leadership styles and develop their personal leadership identity.

Outcome 2: Students will be able to identify different leadership styles and develop their personal leadership identity.

 

Measures: Assessments completed at the conclusion of the Emerging Leader Program and Learning to Lead Living Learning Community on a scale of: Disagree, Agree, and No Response. Assessments will include opportunity for students to self report  their personal leadership identity.

Target: 85 percent of students participating in the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leader Program and Learning to Lead Living Learning Community will be able to identify different leadership styles and develop their personal leadership identity.

Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate how to work with others effectively in a group setting.

 

Measures: Assessments completed at the conclusion the Emerging Leader Program and Learning to Lead Living Learning Community on a scale of: Disagree, Agree, and No Response. Assessment will include open-ended questions for a detailed review from students on their outcomes of effectively working in a group setting.

Target: 80 percent of students participating in the Nick Mamalakis Emerging Leaders Program and Learning to Lead Living Learning Community will strengthen interpersonal communication abilities within a group setting.

Person Responsible:

Chris Nowicki
Director of Orientaion, Civic Engagement and Student Union
Division of Student Affairs
912.344.2879
Chris.Nowicki@armstrong.edu