Learning Outcomes for Student Conduct Process
- To foster and encourage critical thinking and reasoning as well as reflective thinking.
- To foster and encourage an understanding of social and civic responsibility and the impact of individual actions on the University and global community.
- To develope a sense of self-appraisal, self-understanding, self-respect as well as the importance of meaningful relationships, collaboration and involvement in the University community.
- To foster and encourage students with establishing and pursuing individual goals, effective communication, managing career development, demonstrating professionalism, maintaining health and wellness and living a purposeful and satisfying life.
AIC/SCC Learning Outcomes
Acquire knowledge on the Student Code of Conduct and due process at FGCU.
Practice integrating your critical thinking, listening, and questioning skills into the formal hearing process.
Develop a sense of pride and contribution to the University community by representing the student perspective on the committee.
Come to understand yourself and your peers in terms of where both of you are in your student development.
Share what you learned about the conduct process and student development theory across the campus as ambassadors of civility and community.
Civility Workshop Learning Outcomes
Students who attend this workshop:
- Will be able to demonstrate an understanding of civility and community and the role these concepts have in their everyday life.
- Will be able to articulate how their conduct affected the university community.
- Will be able to demonstrate an understanding of good decision making strategies.
- Will be able to report the ability to apply these strategies with future decisions that also reflect their personal values.