Promote holistic student learning.
Oakland City University institutional learning outcomes of intellectual excellence, moral integrity, and professional leadership and service engage the whole person. We are committed to improving student learning by increasing the percentage of students who demonstrate achievement of these learning outcomes by the time they graduate. This process will include re-envisioning our curriculum, especially our foundational core, to ensure the experiences we provide inside and outside the classroom effectively prepare our graduates for leadership, service, and life-long learning.
We will accomplish this goal by ensuring we achieve the following objectives, holding ourselves accountable by assessing our progress towards related performance indicators:
|4.1 Students exhibit intellectual curiosity, exploration, and reflection that sustains life-long learning. (Institutional Learning Outcome 1)||4.1.1 Percentage of students who meet or exceed Institutional Learning Outcome 1.*|
|4.2 Students embrace moral integrity and spiritual development. (Institutional Learning Outcome 2)||4.2.1 Percentage of students who meet or exceed Institutional Learning Outcome 2.*|
|4.3 Students embody professional competency through leadership and service. (Institutional Learning Outcome 3)||4.3.1 Percentage of students who meet or exceed Institutional Learning Outcome 3.*|
|4.4 Re-envision the undergraduate foundational core curriculum and its relationship to academic programs.||
4.4.1 Undergraduate foundational core is reviewed, revised, and endorsed by Faculty Assembly.
4.4.2 100% of academic programs provide alignment to revised foundational core learning outcomes.
|4.5 Capture data on postgraduation student success.||
4.5.1 Post-graduation measures of student success are incorporated in assessment plan.
4.5.2 One year of data on postgraduation student success is collected.
* No current target. A target will be set after the first year of data has been collected and analyzed.