Assessment and Institutional Research

Cocurricular Program Goals and Learning Outcomes

Academic Resources and Services

Academic Coaching

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To facilitate and expose students to a variety of learning skills about their academic environment.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will learn about time management, learning strategies, and organizational skills.
    2. Students will learn how to engage with academic resources.
    3. Students will learn coping strategies of how to manage their wellness during academic activities.

Disability Support Services

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide students with documented disabilities access to reasonable academic accommodations.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Provide students with appropriate services to support their disabilities
    2. Assist students in the process of timely faculty notification

Math Spot

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide students with assistance to strengthen academic skills in math subject course needed.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will receive tutorial support in their math subject area.
    2. Tutors/Tutees will provide feedback about tutoring experience.
    3. Students will demonstrate academic course success by receiving tutoring.

Mentor Program for First-Generation

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Continued programming to support first-year first-generation students after pre-orientation programming in their first year.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will be assigned a mentor.
    2. Students will continue to build their connections with their peer groups.
    3. Mentors will provide support resources to first-generation students.
    4. First-year, first-generation programming will help retain these students.

Pre-Orientation First-Generation

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Assist first-generation students into their first year in college.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students are exposed to the various College and consortium resources.
    2. Students are able to build connections with their peer groups.
    3. First-year, first-generation programming will help retain these students.

Tutor Training

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Hire and train tutors that provide academic support.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Tutors will provide feedback on training that describes knowledge gained about being a tutor.

Tutoring

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide students with assistance to strengthen academic skills in subject course needed.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will receive tutorial support in their requested subject area.
    2. Tutors/Tutees will provide feedback about tutoring experience.
    3. Students will demonstrate academic course success by receiving tutoring.

Case Management

CARE Team

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Establish recovery plans for students of concern in severe situations (e.g. hospitalization, self-harm, suicidal ideation).
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will attend biweekly meetings with consortium specialists to create a recovery plan that provides students with the appropriate resources they need to be able to attend classes as needed.
    2. Students will obtain formal accommodations as determined by their plan to support their needs.
    3. Students will receive an outlined list of resources and support to function within the college community.

Case Management Services

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Establish and monitor policies that support students at-risk.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Assist with data collection that provides evidence to support appropriate policy and programming enhancements to better serve the community.
    2. Provide appropriate referrals for students who need support and resources to assist their success in managing their undergraduate experience.
    3. Provide staff training to community members so they have the knowledge of how to support students academic and social needs.

Judicial Affairs

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Uphold the Code of Conducts Standards.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Update and publish the Guide to Student Life annually to include current Code of Conduct policies.
    2. Train Deans, Area Coordinators, and Judicial Board on how to apply and oversee violations of Code of Conduct policy.
    3. Apply appropriate sanctions to students for their Code of Conduct violation(s).

On-Call

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Respond to emergency situations within the campus community outside of business hours.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Assess on-call situation upon arrival.
    2. De-escalate emergency situation(s) by applying appropriate protocol.
    3. Provide proper follow-up to on-call incident that supports the student(s) that allow the student to remain enrolled at the College.

Students of Concern

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Monitors at-risk students.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Identify at-risk students (e.g. low-grade notification, students returning from a leave of absence, probation, or suspension).
    2. Provide appropriate intervention to at-risk students.
    3. Monitor/track at-risk students (e.g. academic and social progress).

EmPOWER Center

Healthy Masculinity Initiative

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To increase 5C-wide awareness on healthy masculinity through the engagement and leadership of male identifying students.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Engage male students in events and/or programming on their campuses that address healthy masculinity.

New Student Orientation

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To create a comprehensive, identical orientation session around sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking for first-year students across the 5Cs.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. First-year students across the 5Cs will demonstrate understanding about sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

Sexual Violence Survivor Support Group

Goals
  • Goals

To provide 7C survivors of sexual violence with a safe, confidential space to share common experiences

Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Participants will receive emotional support and learn tools to cope with their trauma.

Staff Trainings

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To educate staff who most often come in contact with students impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking about these forms of violence.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Participants will learn various skills to support students impacted by these forms of violence.

Student Leaders Trainings

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To educate student leaders who most often come in contact with students impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking about these forms of violence.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Participants will learn various skills to support students impacted by these forms of violence.

Teal Dot Bystander Engagement Training Initiative

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To equip 5C students with the awareness, skills, and ability to challenge social norms and intervene when they encounter a situation that may lead to sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, or stalking.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Participants will learn to make observations, recognize warning behaviors, and learn appropriate skills to intervene safely to prevent sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

First-Year Experience

Compass 360

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Students will become familiar with the location of campus resources across the Claremont Colleges to help their transition.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will learn the location for the identified 24 Claremont Colleges' campus resources on the digital map.
    2. Students will obtain a sticker that verifies their visit and will note a few resources that are offered on the digital map.

Peer-to-Peer Panel Discussions

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To create dialogue that demystifies what it means to be a student leader on campus.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of techniques on how to interact with student leaders on campus.
    2. Students will demonstrate knowledge of the criteria for becoming and holding a student leadership position.
    3. Students will demonstrate the techniques on how to balance academic and social expectations as a college student.

Scripps 360

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Engage first-year students that builds a sense of belonging and community in their first year at Scripps College.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Develop, manage, and execute signature programs for first-year students to participate in (operation).
    2. Obtain feedback from first-year students about their experience attending signature programming.

Workshop 360

Goals
  1. Students will learn about College resources available from Student Affairs and prepare them to maximize their opportunities.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will receive an in-depth presentation about the departments across the College from Student Affairs and the resources they offer (operation).
    2. Students will be able to identify the functions of each presented department that were part of the presentation put on by Student Affairs (see outcome #1).
    3. Students will provide feedback on the information from the workshop and its value and usefulness.

Laspa Center

FYE 360 – Leadership Challenge Assessment

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Students will learn about their individual strengths and how to use these strengths inside and outside the classroom.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will learn about and use the five attributes of leadership.
    2. Students will receive an in-depth Leadership Challenge Assessment.

L-Squad

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Introduce the development of leadership skills through experiential learning sessions and brief immersion of specific topics.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will be able to identify their own leadership style.
    2. Students will gain knowledge about the Laspa Leadership Model.

Leadership Summits

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide networking opportunities to meet various leaders, broaden awareness of the Laspa Center, and convey important topics facing women in leadership.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Meet & Greet various leaders at summit.
    2. Will learn Laspa Center's Vision and Mission.
    3. Will provide summit participants with sessions that are specific to what women leaders face.

Scholars in Action

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Students will gain a deeper understanding of leadership theory and skills while having the opportunity to put these skills into action by developing, moderating, and facilitating programs for the Center.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will be able to identify leadership skills that include: accountability, teamwork, group facilitation, project management, public speaking, diversity and privilege, and leading from the community.

We Act Grants

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide opportunities for students to: transform knowledge, passion, and ideas into action; demonstrate creative and effective problem-solving; create partnership(s) in the public or private sector; and produce outcomes that make a positive impact.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will submit an application for the grant to be assessed for acceptance.
    2. Hands-on experiential learning opportunities resulting in newly obtained leadership skills.

Residential Life

Living Learning Community

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Living Learning Communities (LLC) will increase student engagement outside the classroom.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. LLC will create learning opportunities for students that strengthen community and bridge their curricular and cocurricular experiences by participating in the following:
      ● community meetings
      ● community designated events and programming
      ● community engagement opportunities
      ● off-campus trips affiliated with LLC

Resident Advisor Training

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Resident Advisors will be trained to properly serve students living in on-campus housing.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Resident Advisors (RAs) will apply knowledge of their job responsibilities by being able to do the following:
      ● perform job duties as assigned
      ● be able to respond to students in crisis
    2. RAs will create and implement educational and community building programming using the community building model.
    3. RAs will demonstrate knowledge in multiculturalism and social justice terms and topics.

Residential Life Engagement

Goals
  • Goals
    1. To assess the effectiveness of the programs and services Residential Life provides to students who live on-campus.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Obtain feedback from students who live in Scripps housing to evaluate services and programming.

Residential Thematic Communities

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Students in Residential Thematic Communities will increase their engagement outside the classroom.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students in the Substance Free Community will participate in alternative programming that doesn't include the use of substances.
    2. Students in the Language Corridor Communities will increase their interactions and use of French, German, Italian, and Spanish languages.
    3. Students in the Language Corridor Communities will engage with a language assistant in their respective languages that exposes them to various activities and programming.

SCORE

CLORG Leadership Training

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Prepare CLORG Leaders to perform their duties.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. CLORG leaders will show knowledge of how to build a program (e.g. items needed for program development include learning outcomes and curriculum, and budget).
    2. CLORG leaders will be able to identify campus resources.
    3. CLORG leaders will be able to identify social justice values.

SCORE Intern Program

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide opportunities for students to engage in creating and developing communities with a social justice lens.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Interns will demonstrate knowledge regarding social justice and inclusive community when programming or conducting workshops.
    2. Interns will be able to create curriculums to facilitate workshops.
    3. Interns will provide assessment on programming impact.

SCORE Training Others

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Offer training to others in identity exploration, social justice knowledge, and inclusive practices.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Participants will demonstrate knowledge/understanding about how to conceptualize social identities.
    2. Participants will demonstrate knowledge/understanding regarding social justice.
    3. Participants will demonstrate knowledge/understanding about inclusive practices.

Student Engagement

A-Team

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide non-alcoholic programming for the Scripps College Community
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. A-Team will develop and execute campus events that are non-alcoholic related.
    2. A-Team will demonstrate knowledge in budgeting, delgation, and collaboration.
    3. A-Team Presidents will recruit new members, lead meetings, and oversee members.

Leadership Series for CLORGs

Goals
  • Goals
    1. CLORG Leaders will attend a series of leadership skills workshops.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. SAS CLORG Leaders will co-plan the Leadership Series curriculum. CLORG Leaders will be able to apply leadership skills from the workshops to help members of their CLORG.
    2. SAS CLORG Leaders will demonstrate leadership abilities based on their execution of the Leadership Series workshops.
    3. CLORG Leaders will be able to apply leadership skills from the workshops to help members of their CLORG.
    4. CLORG Leaders will share best practices with other CLORGs to....

New Student Orientation

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Transition new students into the Scripps environment.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Orientation will provide various communications to new students prior to matriculation.
    2. New students will participate in academic evenst that include: advising, placement exams/auditions (when applicable), attend Core Programming, and register for classes.
    3. New students will learn about campus and consortial resources that provide support to their curricular and cocurricular acclimation.
    4. New students will engage with Faculty and Staff and Peers (new and returning) in various sessions.
    5. New students will take part in various presentations, lectures, and social gatherings (e.g. Diversity and Inclusion, Sexual Assault Awareness, Women in Science, Scripps 5-C Carnival, and SOAR).

Organizational Development Series

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide resources to CLORG Leaders to help them run their organization
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. CLORG Leaders will be able to apply leadership skills from the development workshops series to help members of their CLORG.

Spring Fling

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Weekend event in late spring semester to connect with various departments, faculty, and staff.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Provide students with a variety of diverse events to attend during Spring Fling weekend.
    2. Student leaders such as A-Team, SAS, and Student Activities Staff will develop Spring Fling programming events.
    3. Student leaders' leadership and programming skills will be assessed based on Spring Fling programming events.

Week of Welcome

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Re-engage students in the beginning of spring semester in order to connect with campus and peers.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Provide students with a variety of events to attend during WOW week.
    2. Offer students non-curricular activities they can enjoy.
    3. Attract a diverse student body attendance.

Tiernan Field House

Certification Programming

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Participants will earn a certification.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Participants will earn a certification through the American Red Cross for CPR/AED/First Aid.
    2. Participants will earn a certification through the American Red Cross for Lifeguarding.
    3. Participants will earn a certification through NASPA/BACCHUS Network for Student Leadership Development.

Green Bike Shop

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Students will have access to alternative (recycled bicycle) transportation and repair shop.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will use the Bike Shop to access alternative transportation.
    2. Students will demonstrate basic bike repair techniques/skills.

Health and Wellness Programming

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Provide students with a variety of health and wellness programs that advocates for a healthy lifestyle.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Students will be able to identify the necessary components to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
    2. Students will be able to identify strategies for a healthy lifestyle.
    3. Students will be able to recognize positive self-appreciation that improves mental health and mood.

Student Leadership Development

Goals
  • Goals
    1. Students will gain knowledge, skills, and abilities that develop their leadership abilities.
Student Learning Outcomes
  • Student Learning Outcomes
    1. Student leaders will demonstrate knowldege in facility management and staff supervision. (TFH Coordinators)
    2. Student leaders will know how to manage a variety of conflictual/crisis situations. (TFH Coordinators - pertains to facility | Peer Health Educators - one on one consultations)
    3. Student leaders will develop and implement health and wellness programming. (TFH Coordinators and Peer Health Educators)