Student Development Competencies

Student Development Competencies

Co-Curricular Student Development Competencies

 
The co-curriculum is an exceptionally important part of a student's college experience and Utica College's Academic Promise. While core and major/minor classes give students important knowledge, we also highly value the learning that students gain while outside the classroom engaging in the community and with colleagues and peers, and take pride in the opportunities we offer our students.

  • Connectedness to Utica College
  • Humanitarianism
  • Effective interpersonal skills
  • Engagement as learners
  • Responsible citizenship
  • Self awareness
  • Career competency
The links below lead to each competency's learning outcomes, on and off campus involvement opportunities, and your personal Co-Curricular Transcript.

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The Student Development Competencies address what the Division of Student Affairs believes is essential for a college student to add to their UC education and become a proud graduate, ready to conquer their future. The Student Affairs staff also supports the academic competencies that are being addressed primarily by the faculty (the five intellectual skills), as teaching of the student competencies in both realms are a shared responsibility. We are all educators and we take it upon ourselves to ensure that every student gets the most out of their college experience.

 

Contact Us

Timothy Ecklund, Ph.D.

Timothy Ecklund, Ph.D.

Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students and Campus Life
Office of Student Affairs
103 Strebel Student Center
trecklun@utica.edu
315-792-3100

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