Housing and Residence Life

Learning Goals and Outcomes

Residential Education Action Plan (REAP)

Educational Priority
As a result of living on campus residents will be challenged to grow academically and personally to become productive citizens.

Learning Goals

Academic Growth (Learn)
Residential students will develop educational skills through collaboration with faculty, campus resources, and residential staff while working toward degree achievement.

Personal Growth and Skill Building (Grow)
Residential students will develop confidence through increase independence, improved life skills and personal and professional accountability.

Productive citizenship and Inclusivity (Live)
Residential students will be responsible to the community, empathizing with and respecting others.

Learning Outcomes

Academic Growth
Residential students will develop educational skills through collaboration with faculty, campus resources, and residential staff while working toward degree achievement.

1.  Moving in

Residents will be able to discover and describe campus resources.

Residents will be able to identify peers to challenge and support academic development.


2.  Moving through

Residents will be able to apply academic concepts in the living environment.

Residents will make use of on-campus resources for academic growth


3.  Moving out

Residents will utilize on-campus experience to plan for future success.

Residents will be able to explain to peers the academic benefits of living on campus


Personal Growth and Skill Building
Residential students will develop confidence through increased independence, improved life skills and personal and professional accountability.

1.  Moving in

Residents will be able to describe their areas needing growth as a result of sharing a living space.

Residents will experiment with personal decisions.


2.  Moving through

Residents will be able to apply learned life skills.

Residents will be able to assess personal decision making.

3.  Moving out

Residents will be able to maximize learned life skills for future experiences

 

Productive citizenship and Inclusivity
Residential students will be responsible to the community, empathizing with and respecting others

1.  Moving in

Residents will interact with other residents

Residents will be able to discover the USI community expectations


2.  Moving through

Residents will be able to participate in building a respectful community by practicing positive civil discourse.

Residents will be able to identify personal values and beliefs


3.  Moving out

Residents will be able to discuss their differing personal beliefs and values in a respectful manner.

Residents will be able to translate community values into future environments

Contact

Housing and Residence Life

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