Student Learning Goals
Pictured above is Augie! Augie is our model student who takes these five learning goals very seriously.
1. Attitude of Inquiry
Students will engage in critical reflection and thoughtful interaction about issues relevant to themselves, their families, their community, their country and their world.
2. Intercultural Competence
Students will demonstrate knowledge about cultural issues, a sensitive awareness to the norms and values of cultures other than their own and a willingness to adapt their behaviors to the demands of diverse intercultural situations.
3. Civic and Global Engagement
Students will apply their knowledge and skills to improve the well-being of others. Students will become engaged with campus, local, national and international issues. Students demonstrate a commitment to the common good and a responsibility to others.
4. Ethical Leadership and Moral Responsibility
Guided by Catholic and Augustinian values, students will be empowered to take control of their own lives and to take responsibility for creating and maintaining the campus community. Students will develop the capacity and skills to become effective agents of change.
5. Healthy Living
Students take an active, holistic approach to living a balanced life, engaging in behaviors that promote health and reduce risk, and contribute to the health of their communities.