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Divisional Learning Outcomes

1. Students participating in Student Affairs programs and services will acquire and use professional competencies that can assist in achieving success in the classroom, personal growth, and career goals.

  • Practical Competence
  • Communication Skills
  • Time Management
  • Professionalism
  • Pursuance of Goals
  • Flexibility and Adaptability

2. Students participating in Student Affairs programs and services will have a sense of social responsibility and value civic engagement.

  • Appreciation of Cultural
  • Differences
  • Global Understanding
  • Social Responsibility
  • Civic Engagement

3. Students participating in Student Affairs programs and services will be able to use experiences to identify consequences, solve problems, and make sound decisions.

  • Critical Thinking Skills
  • Potential Consequences of Decision Making Skills
  • Decision Making
  • Effective Reasoning
  • Reflective Skills
  • Creative Thinking
  • Objective Thinking

4. Students participating in Student Affairs programs and services will demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and have respectful relationships with others.

  • Collaboration
  • Leadership Skills
  • Relationship Development
  • Teamwork

5. Students participating in Student Affairs programs and services will express a strong sense of self-awareness and personal responsibility.

  • Ethics and Integrity
  • Personal Identity
  • Self-Awareness
  • Motivation
  • Initiative

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Erik McCaffrey

STUDENT LIFE

The Long March

When Erik McCaffrey set out to walk from UT Arlington to Fort Hood, his goal wasn't to break a record or get in shape.

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