2017-2018 Student Handbook

Page 7 of 107 Updated 1.25.17 SERVICES Student Life Student Life provides students with opportunities for meaningful engagement and transformation within the co- curricular context. Our priorities, as illustrated by our divisional pillars, include student engagement and learning, spiritual formation, holistic development, community involvement, and leadership development. The Student Life functional areas are organized in a way that supports our dedication to student success. The philosophical foundation is called the “Co-Curricular Learning Environment” in order to communicate the role played by Student Life at the university. Co-curricular and Learning both speak specifically to the partnership with academic affairs and the vast and critical “outside-the-classroom” arena. The five pillars are built upon this foundation, and are tied to specific University Goals (UG). These are: Promoting Engaged Student Learning: Infuse STUDENT environments and student life programming with activities that target intellectual growth by enhancing classroom learning.