Student Learning Outcomes
All departments within the Student Access & Success area, including the Advising & Transfer Center, utilize a shared set of 10 student learning outcomes designed to improve the student experience, close equity gaps, increase graduation rates, and increase accessibility and effectiveness of our services/support.
By engaging early and often with your professional academic advisor:
- Students will know why, where, and how to seek advising.
- Students will actively participate in advising and understand their role in developing their educational pathway.
- Students will know how to register for courses and utilize supporting tools/resources.
- Students will be able to find and utilize their Academic Requirements Report (ARR) to identify the degree requirements that are completed, in-progress, and outstanding.
- Students will know where to find enrollment policies, processes, and related forms.
- Students will understand Good Academic Standing, Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), Academic Probation, and Disqualification.
- Students will be able to find and utilize the Program Roadmap for their major and General Education (GE) requirements, identify where they have agency in the curriculum, and curate a meaningful educational pathway.
- Students will understand how their educational pathway impacts their graduation timeline.
- Students will understand how campus resources, services, and co-curricular opportunities enrich and support their educational pathway.
- Students will understand how their educational pathway connects their values, skills, and abilities to their personal, academic, and professional goals.