CPSA Objectives and Learning Outcomes
Campus Programs and Student Activities
Objectives and Learning Outcomes
Provide Leadership development opportunities to students that are informed by Siena's Franciscan and Catholic values.
-Students will be able to describe key aspects of Franciscan leadership.
-Student swill be able to articulate Franciscan leadership as a relational model of leadership.
-Students will apply their knowledge of Franciscan leadership to their co-curricular pursuits
and interpersonal interactions.
In collaboration with Academic departments and faculty, provide co-curricular activities to students that complement their academic programs.
-Students will be able to identify the variety of co-curricular opportunities available which complement
their academic programs.
-Students will demonstrate increased engagement on campus through their participation in
-Student who participate in co-curricular programming will demonstrate a capacity to explore different
cultures, ideas and beliefs.
Provide opportunities to welcome, transition and engage students in the Siena campus community.
-Students will demonstrate a belief that they are welcome and a feeling of connectedness on campus.
-Student will be able to identify the variety of co-curricular opportunities available to promote their
social engagement on campus.
-Students will demonstrate a belief that there is a sufficient number and variety of co-curricular
opportunites available to them on campus.