To prepare students to be responsible global citizens.
“[T]he concept of ‘global citizenship’ -- a term that has many definitions but in general implies things like an attitude of empathy and openness, an appreciation of diversity and multiculturalism, an awareness of glob-al interconnectedness, and a sense of civic obligation to do one’s part to address global problems -- has very much been absorbed into the ethos of American universities.”
Elizabeth Redden, InsideHigherEd.com, 1/10/2017
Learning goals help us operationalize our educational priority. They represent different themes for residential education. The goals guide our efforts so that students will:
Gain a Sense of Belonging.
Practice Individual & Social Responsibility.
Develop a Greater Understanding of Self and Others.
Engage Intellectually Outside the Classroom.