WCSU Student Affairs
Research and Assessment
Last updated: June 3, 2021
The Division of Student Affairs is committed to creating a seamless learning environment that integrates classroom and out-of-classroom learning experiences through strong collaboration with all campus stakeholders. The goal is to fully empower students to be responsible, informed, respectful, and intellectually curious persons. The Division strives to cultivate students’ development through positive guidance and interactions with individuals as well as through a variety of co-curricular activities and programs.
Student Learning Outcome (SLO): What students will know or do as a result of something an office/program is doing.
Service Outcome (SO) or Operational Outcomes: Generally number focused or satisfaction related. Such as: number of students served, level of satisfaction, number of appointments, etc.
Student Affairs Learning Domains:
- Cognitive & Personal Development: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities or services will acquire, integrate and apply knowledge that supports their personal identity, a positive sense of self and personal growth.
- Community & Campus Pride: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities or services will develop a positive sense of community, increased pride towards WCSU and communicative relationship with others.
- Critical Skills & Analytical Skills: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities or services will demonstrate critical thinking and reasoning skills that support their ability to effectively address and solve problems.
- Community Service & Civic Engagement: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities or services will demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of cultural and human differences and recognize their role in contributing to positive social change.
- Practical Skills: Students who utilize or interact with Student Affairs programs, activities or services will acquire and demonstrate practical skills that will enable them to live a productive and healthy life.
Student Affairs Impact Report for 2016-17 to 2017-18
Student Affairs Impact Report for 2018-19 to 2019-20
Dr. Walter Cramer, Dean of Students
Old Main 306