Learning Outcomes and Goals

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Learning Outcomes

After completing the student conduct process within Student Rights and Responsibilities, students should be able to:

Knowledge Acquisition

  • Understand and articulate their rights under the Student Conduct Code.
  • Gain a better understanding of their ethics and decision-making on a larger scale.

Interpersonal Reflection

  • Understand how their behavior affects themselves, their peers, and the SIU community.
  • Develop individual goals, and identify the necessary steps to reach those goals.

Positive Application

  • Identify available resources.
  • Serve as a role model to fellow Salukis.

 

Goals

Student Rights and Responsibilities (SRR) aims to:

  1. Educate students to better understand how their decisions can affect themselves and/or the SIU community; which is often done through meetings, follow-up, and other engagement.
  2. Provide a fair and consistent student conduct process based on university policy and student feedback.
  3. Ensure that all email inquiries to SRR are responded to within 24-72 hours.
  4. Regularly collaborate with the SIU community, throughout the year, to provide equitable opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to learn, reflect, and grow.
  5. Provide a space for students, faculty, and staff to ask questions, address allegations of misconduct, and voice other concerns.