Assessment: Areas of Experience
Achieving personal chapter growth begins through the Office of Student Activities Areas of Experience, which are Community, Dialogue, and Growth:
- Community. We care about our relationships. Our work is centered on building and nurturing positive connections with our campus partners; students, faculty, and staff. This means being intentional in our interactions and seeking to holistically know people as individuals rather than defining them by their roles.
- Dialogue. We believe that every voice matters. Conversation is the means though which individuals’ self-awareness and understanding can be explored. It is our responsibility to create learning spaces that encourage authentic dialogue and inclusive practices.
- Growth. Caring for the personal and professional growth of our students is central to our mission. Recognizing that each student is an individual within the unique identities and needs, we provide various programs and opportunities that engage students in self-discovery beyond an isolated experience, throughout their college journey.
At the beginning of each [academic or calendar] year the chapter evaluates the existence of the three areas of experience for their chapter. These assessments should be utilized in the subsequent assessment for each related Point of Emphasis, their goals, and action plans. [10 points]
Documentation must include a written summary of the results of the evaluations. [Due]