Co-Curricular Learning Outcomes (CCLOs) are defined as the knowledge, skills, and abilities students should learn in experiences outside of the classroom. As a result of multiple retreats, consultation, collaborative meetings, and research on best practices, The Student Affairs division has developed division wide student learning outcomes to serve as a foundation for co-curricular learning outcomes.
Co-Curricular Learning Outcomes (CCLOs)
Students will be able to communicate clearly in a variety of settings.
Students will be able to build community through involvement outside the classroom.
Students will be able to make informed decisions through critical thinking.
Students will be able to reach their goals.
Students will be able to use resources to navigate processes.
Implementing an Annual Assessment Cycle
For the inaugural 2019-2020 academic year, fifteen Student Affairs departments are implementing co-curricular assessment plans utilizing a variety of assessment methods that include rubrics, surveys, and quizzes. After collecting learning assessment data in Fall 2019 and Spring 2020, results will be evaluated to drive improvements in Summer 2020. For more information, please contact Tom Bruflat, Co-Curricular Assessment Coordinator.