Department Goals and/or Objectives and Student Learning Outcomes

Goals are broad statements that describe what the program wants to accomplish.

  1. Empower student organizations affiliated with SCORE.
  2. Expand Club and Organizations’ (CLORGs) relationships, coalition building and SCORE community.
  3. Encourage students to explore identity/intersections of identity.
  4. Engage individual students through mission driven programming.
  5. Establish SCORE as a visible and engaged part of the Scripps Community.
  6. Equip CLORG leaders and student staff with professional skills.

Outcomes describe specific knowledge, abilities, values, and attitudes students should demonstrate.

SCORE will:

  • Promote and increase coalition building among SCORE CLORGs and other stakeholders.
  • Connect larger student population through larger SCORE programs for continued participation in SCORE events and programs.
  • Increase collaboration between CLORGs, other departments or student groups and SCORE.
  • Maintain ongoing communication and interaction with target population.
  • Increase interaction with student leaders outside of the SCORE CLORGs.
  • Co-sponsor and collaborate on programming.
    • Be recognized as a space that does ally work.

Students will:

  • Understand and execute functions of their defined executive role.
  • Develop idea(s) for future programming.
  • Promote ideas of social justice and/or diversity through organization programs and/or meetings.
  • Access appropriate resources, manage budget and/or coordinate meetings when developing programs.
  • Identify shared experiences, concerns or issues during conference.
  • Identify opportunities to collaborate toward a common goal.
  • Be able to identify personal identity as a multifaceted experience.
  • Recommend and/or coordinate programs or guest presentations that focus on intersectionality.
  • Collaborate on social gatherings or programs across various identity groups.
  • Identify what they believe is the next step in exploring the issue or topic raised through Bust It Open and/or SCORE circles.
  • Be able to communicate professional job expectations.
  • Be able to communicate the importance of supervision.
  • Be able to communicate their advising needs and expectations
  • Translate their leadership skills into other leadership roles, internship or jobs.

Student Leaders will:

  • Establish CLORG goals for the semester.
  • Develop idea(s) for future programming.