Recreation staff develop Student Learning Outcomes for the department that align with the Student Affairs Learning Outcomes. These are reviewed annually in consultation with the Assessment Office.
Respect For Diversity
Students who work for Recreation interact with others in ways that demonstrate a respect for diversity.
Students who work for Recreation balance work, school, and personal affairs while maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Students who work for Recreation will solve problems, make difficult decisions and think critically about issues that arise at work.
Students who work for Recreation will identify meaningful connections between what they are learning in the classroom and how it relates to their employment with Recreation and their professional career after graduation.
Students who work for Recreation demonstrate leadership skills.
Students who work for Recreation and Sport Operations will be submerged in programs/services that offer equal opportunities and are inclusive to all UWEC students/faculty/staff in an effort to develop multicultural competency.
Participant Learning Outcomes
Students who participate in Recreation programs experience connection with university staff, fellow students, and the UWEC Campus.
Students who participate in Recreation programs will feel welcomed, supported, and safe.
Students who participate in Recreation programs will experience the positive impact of health and wellness in their lives.