Administrative Offices - Learning Outcomes

  • Academic Enrichment Advising
    1. Students will understand their general education requirements for graduation.
    2. Students will understand the process to declare a major or a minor.
  • KU Bringing Experiences About Research in Summer (KU Bears) Grant Program
    1. Students will be able to identify appropriate methods for scholarly inquiry.
    2. Students will be able to appropriately use studio/ lab/ field methods and/or equipment for scholarly inquiry.
    3. Students will be able to gather and evaluate evidence appropriate to the inquiry.
    4. Students will be able to appropriately analyze evidence and draw conclusions.
    5. Students will be able to clearly communicate knowledge from the inquiry.
  • Career Development Center
    1. Students will be able to enhance self-knowledge and develop a career plan.
    2. Students will be able to prepare for their internship/job search and/or graduate/professional school search.
  • Center for Academic Success and Achievement - CASA
    1. Students will understand and be able to apply the academic skills and strategies necessary for achieving educational goals. These skills and strategies include time management, test taking, critical reading, and note-taking.
    2. Students will develop the personal responsibility necessary for achieving educational goals.
  • Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
    1. Students who participate in the programs, activities, services, and events offered by the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs will develop a sense of self and healthy relationships with others. (Personal Development)
    2. Students who participate in the programs, activities, services, and events offered by the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs will develop the skill and competencies that allow them to recognize our diverse and interdependent world as well as the ability to contribute to positive social change. (Cultural Competence and Civic Engagement)
    3. Students who participate in the programs, activities, services, and events offered by the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs will acquire, integrate and apply knowledge that supports both their academic and personal growth. (Acquisition of Knowledge)
    4. Students who participate in the programs, activities, services and events offered by the Division of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs will acquire and demonstrate critical thinking as well as reasoning and problem-solving skills.
  • Graduate Admissions
    1. Upon completion of the Graduate Application Process Questionnaire, students will be able to identify how the graduate application process impacted their decision and transition into the KU community.
    2. Upon completion of the Graduate Application Process Questionnaire, students will be able to identify the key components to the graduate application and how the student will submit all necessary material.
  • Information Technology
    1. IT will maintain, enhance and expand the technology infrastructure to support evolving needs. (classroom technology replacement; PC replacement plan; network replacement plan; infrastructure replacement plan)
    2. IT will support the development and delivery of training to enhance the online learning process. (Measures - TOCC/Quality Matters Certification)
    3. IT will ensure a secure, reliable and modern technology is available to support online learning. (Measures - availability)
    4. IT will provide knowledgeable and timely technology support for faculty, staff, and students. (Help Desk tickets, first call resolution, service level agreements, etc.)
    5. IT will maintain, enhance and expand applications and systems supporting the academic learning environments. (Measures - improvements made to systems during timeframe)
    6. IT will provide technology services to enhance the residential life of students. (Measure - ResNet support tickets, availability)
  • Registrar's Office
    1. Students, faculty, and staff will have the ability to review the degree audit and determine outstanding degree requirements before a student actually applies to graduate as a senior. Advisors will be able to assist students in registering for their senior year.
      • Junior Audits will be produced and distributed to advisors and students when a student is between 60 and 90 credits.
    2. Improve transcript request processing.
      • Credential Solutions implementation.
    3. Employee Development.
      • Provide professional development experiences that will enhance customer service.
  • Rohrbach Library
    1. Students will demonstrate the ability to retrieve, interpret, evaluate, and use information.
  • Tutoring Services
    1. Students will report and demonstrate independent application of learning strategies.
    2. Peer Tutors will be able to identify and explain how to access campus resources.