Presentation on theme: "UNIVERSITY HOUSING AND NEW STUDENT PROGRAMS LEARNING OUTCOMES: I. Identify departmental theme and strategic goals II. Get to know each other and where."— Presentation transcript:
UNIVERSITY HOUSING AND NEW STUDENT PROGRAMS LEARNING OUTCOMES: I. Identify departmental theme and strategic goals II. Get to know each other and where we are going III. Define and Understand the University’s meaning of Student Success and Student Success Goals IV. Be able to articulate changes in the department to others V. Understand and articulate expectations and outcomes for the RHC and ACC role during training
Always improving on current processes (but with balance) Quality of our program (our mission) Positive Approach (keeping our buckets full) Ethical Decision Making (always choosing the high road) Professional Development Development of Strong Communities (starts with availability) Education Openness Respect Caring Involvement Ownership Celebration
UNIVERSITY STRATEGIC GOALS AND DEPARTMENTAL GOALS: 1. TEACHING AND LEARNING 2. INCLUSIVENESS AND DIVERSITY 3. SCHOLARSHIP AND CREATIVE EXPRESSION 4. PUBLIC SERVICE AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 5. RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT AND STEWARDSHIP
WE WILL: Strive to be in the top 75% of institutions with overall housing satisfaction Maintain percent return rates to residence halls for the next year Develop FYE outcomes and development of FYE Task Force Develop On-Line Orientation Communication and Implementation Plan Increase Wellness/Health Education Outreach Programming Finalize Business Plan for ECLC and Increase Campus Partnerships Implement Case Management System through Case Manager for Student Rights and Responsibilities
STUDENT SUCCESS Student Success is defined as students achieving academic, personal, and professional growth through educationally purposeful programs, events, services, and activities within and beyond the classroom. This is only achieved through a welcoming and inclusive University environment and a supportive CWU community.
HOW DO WE KNOW IF WE HAVE MET SUCCESS? If we have provided resources for students in achieving their academic, personal and professional growth. If we have created opportunities for students to integrate curricular and co-curricular learning through student engagement and achievement activities. If we have allowed students to explore their personal and community identities and allowed them opportunities to increase understanding and the values of difference. If we have encouraged student responsibility and community accountability in decision making and personal growth. If we have collaborated strategically across the campus and beyond so that students benefit from a seamless experience that is characterized by a smooth delivery of excellent programs and services.
Student Living—Mission Student Living develops premier residential communities and programs that promote student learning and personal development. We are committed to— Providing quality service and responding to students' needs Ensuring a strong community living experience Providing an orientation program that acclimates students to campus and augments student learning Assisting students in developing cultural and academic competence Promoting diversity, tolerance, and cultural competence Challenging students in the areas of personal wellness, integrity, and responsible citizenship Promoting Students’ Rights and Responsibilities Offering a safe, clean, comfortable and academically enriched living environment Interacting and collaborating with other departments to ensure seamless service, provide co-curricular experiences, and promote student engagement
DEPARTMENTAL CHANGES: New Residence Hall Barto Hall, Wellington Center, Susan Rancourt Memorial Enrollment Items With an increase of 360 new beds, we needed to decrease bed count (not utilizing Carmody/Munro or Green Hall. Davies is all singles. We are not down in enrollment! Anderson moved to apartment style living (comprehensive housing plan) Positional Items New Case Manager Position Early Childhood Learning Center Area Changes Filling Vacant Positions Apartment Manager in Brooklane Other Living Learning Community Changes
DEPARTMENTAL CHANGES: Philosophical Changes/Needs— Focus on Positivity Availability Work Smarter/Not Harder Significant Financial Barriers this year Continued Focus on Community Gender Inclusive Implementation from Pilot
Start with Activity Step I: Step Back Step II: Step Up Step III: Step Forward
Step 1: Step Back End of the Year Reports Voices Reflection Landscape