3.Good practice in student affairs sets and communicates high expectations for learning.
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Students are informed that the institution has high expectations for their academic and personal achievements and active involvement in campus life.
Students are informed that student learning includes the ability to acquire new knowledge and skills to promote and assist critical thinking.
Students are encouraged to participate in activities that increase self-understanding and self-confidence.
Programs are offered that address student needs for academic support, co-curricular involvement, and personal growth.
The institution recognizes outstanding student accomplishments through rewards, honorary organizations, and other forms of public recognition.
Faculty and student affairs educators are rewarded for outstanding work which improves the quality of student life.
A record of student accomplishments and involvement in meaningful educational activities outside of the classroom is maintained.
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