Co-Curricular Learning Outcomes
Co-curricular learning outcomes are valued outcomes of a Marquette education that are acquired throughout the university experience. Opportunities to develop co-curricular learning are intentionally provided by the Division of Student Affairs and other areas that support the campus learning environment.
||Learning and Development Outcomes
||Adaptive behavior that allows individuals to manage the demands of everyday life.
- Exhibit autonomy through personal responsibility and accountability.
- Manage time effectively.
- Employ critical thinking in problem solving.
- Effectively access and integrate information from diverse sources.
- Determine career interests and develop career management skills.
||Personal growth in mind, body and spirit that contributes to forming the whole person.
- Engage in behaviors that promote health and wellness.
- Acknowledge personal strengths and growth areas.
- Articulate and scrutinize personal values and beliefs.
- Use reflective thinking to expand self-knowledge, growth and maturity.
- Explore issues of life purpose, meaning and faith.
- Apply unique elements of Ignatian spirituality to personal life.
- Use self-knowledge for vocational discernment.
||The ability to form and manage healthy interpersonal relationships.
- Treat others with respect.
- Manage and resolve interpersonal conflicts.
- Communicate effectively in writing, speaking and artistic expression.
- Work collaboratively with others.
- Lead others in commitment and action.
||Skills and characteristics that support understanding and appropriate interaction in a variety of cultural contexts.
- Articulate insights into own cultural and social identity and biases.
- Display curiosity about other cultures.
- Analyze similarities and differences among cultures.
- Describe the advantages and challenges of a diverse society.
- Exhibit behavior that is respectful of other cultures.
- Build relationships with individuals across different cultures.
||A commitment to service with and for others.
- Demonstrate a habit of service to the community of which they are a part.
- Demonstrate knowledge of root causes of social justice issues.
- Demonstrate empathy and compassion for those they serve.
- Apply knowledge and experience to addressing issues of social justice, locally and globally.
- Implement sustainable solutions to address social justice problems in the community.
- Engage in principled dissent.