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    Sarazen Student Union ·Rm 302
    (518) 783-2328

Student Affairs Objectives and Learning Outcomes

Objectives and Student Learning Outcomes
 
Provide opportunities to welcome students into the campus community, which celebrate Siena’s Franciscan Catholic identity and embrace diversity in both faith and culture.
  • SLO 1: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will be able to describe the Franciscan and Catholic values of Siena College.
  • SLO 2: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will demonstrate a willingness to put their faith into action through prayer, reflection, service, and servant leadership opportunities.
  • SLO 3: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will demonstrate awareness that embracing diversity is a core Franciscan and Catholic value of Siena College.
  • SLO 4: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will demonstrate a belief that their uniqueness and differences are valued by and enrich the Siena community.
  • SLO5. Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will demonstrate and apply knowledge of self-advocacy skills and pro-social behaviors that promote personal success and inclusive community.
 
Provide programs and services to students to foster and maintain a safe, healthy and respectful community for learning and living.
  • SLO 1: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will be able to describe characteristics of healthy, mutually respectful interpersonal relationships.
  • SLO 2: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will be able to articulate and apply practices to promote personal and community health and safety.
  • SLO 3: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will be able to identify and utilize mechanisms to report issues of concern regarding the health and safety of themselves and others. 
 
Provide intentional activities for students to learn about, reflect upon, and apply the Division of Student Affairs’ core Franciscan and Catholic values of diversity, optimism, respect, and service (DORS)
  • SLO 1: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will be able to describe the DORS values.
  • SLO 2: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will demonstrate acceptance of the DORS values as a relevant framework for approaching contemporary issues, personal choices and interpersonal interactions.
  • SLO 3: Students who participate in Student Affairs programs will apply their knowledge of the DORS values to their personal choices, interpersonal interactions and co-curricular pursuits.