Students will nurture and connect their intellectual, spiritual, physical, social, and emotional gifts.
For example, students will be able to:
- Describe accurately their personal strengths, limitations, skills, interests, and values
- Make good decisions about their health, safety, and relationships, and their resources of time, talent, and money
- Persist, adapt, and grow when experiencing a challenge, disappointment, or failure
- Reflect on, discuss, and develop informed convictions about faith, ethics, and values
- Speak and act in ways that respect others and build community
- Venture with confidence into new intellectual, creative, and social realms
Students can develop these abilities through experiences such as:
- Completing a General Education course in Studies in Physical Movement or OLE Core courses in The Active Body or Religion, Faith, and Values.
- Conferring with a faculty advisor, a dean of students, or a staff member in choosing courses, programs, or co-curricular activities
- Working with the Center for Advising and Academic Support to enhance learning and study strategies
- Participating actively in a student organization
- Being a Junior Counselor, Resident Assistant, Senior Hall Coordinator, or Building Assistant
- Studying off-campus
- Visiting the Wellness Center or the Counseling Center