4.Good practice in student affairs uses systematic inquiry to improve student and institutional performance.
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Student affairs educators are actively engaged in research to assess student learning outcomes.
The division's research and evaluation plans measure student satisfaction, needs, and outcomes.
Research data are used to help student affairs educators understand what students are learning and to improve programs and services.
Research priorities of the student affairs division are included in the institutional research agenda.
Research results and their implications are communicated on a regular basis to faculty, staff, and students.
Student affairs educators are knowledgeable about the literature of their profession and apply its theories and practices.
Staff development programs are offered to assist staff in understanding and applying current research and practice to enhance student learning.
Staff are active in professional associations and present research findings both on and off the campus.
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