1.1 A majority of students will participate in service opportunities in an on-going way.
1.2 Students will demonstrate an understanding of the ethical dimensions of their fields of study.
1.3 A majority of students will participate in spiritual development activities.
1.4 Employees will demonstrate core values in the work place.
2.1 Graduates will choose to study or work in multicultural settings either at home or abroad.
2.2 Students will demonstrate a deeper appreciation for cultural diversity and an understanding of global issues.
2.3 Enrolled students will travel abroad during their college years.
2.4 Employee groups and governing bodies will reflect the pluralistic nature of contemporary society.
3.1 Students enrolled in any program will fulfill their academic goals by successfully completing their degree work.
3.2 An increasing number of racially and culturally diverse students and employees will choose Marywood as a welcoming community.
3.3 Students from a cross-section of socio-economic groups will enroll in each incoming class.
3.4 Campus constituencies will express satisfaction with all campus services.
4.1 Students will participate in an internship or practicum experience.
4.2 Students will demonstrate a significant level of co-curricular activities.
4.3 Students will experience positive interactions with faculty members outside of class.
4.4 Employees will serve as role models of socially responsible leaders.
5.1 Students will demonstrate achievement of cognitive skills at a level comparable to peers on standardized tests.
5.2 Students will demonstrate the ability to think critically by engaging in research activities and by developing problem solving strategies.
5.3 Students will demonstrate the ability to integrate the liberal arts tradition with their professional specializations.
5.4 Students will demonstrate competence in both information literacy skills and communications skills.
5.5 Faculty will provide evidence of ongoing scholarly activity.
6.1 Faculty, staff and students will participate in projects designed to address social inequities.
6.2 Students will demonstrate knowledge of both national and international social justice issues.
6.3 Faculty, students and staff will serve as advocates for justice in their personal and professional lives.
04/17/04 - Reviewed by the Board of Trustees
Mary T. Gardier Paterson, Esquire | Secretary of the University | firstname.lastname@example.org