7.Good practice in student affairs builds supportive and inclusive communities.
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Student affairs educators work with diverse groups of students, faculty, and staff to promote a just and civil campus climate.
Inclusiveness is modeled by staff and promoted in programs and services.
Student affairs educators meet regularly with different student groups to ensure their needs are known when conducting divisional and institution-wide planning.
Division policies and hiring practices promote diversity and encourage appreciation of individual differences.
Faculty and administrative staff from other divisions are routinely invited to student affairs staff meetings to discuss campus issues and program planning.
Staff and students are provided programs and training opportunities to assist them in understanding and promoting inclusiveness.
Learning opportunities are provided that promote open discussion of diversity issues.
Student affairs educators participate in the development of programs that welcome new members of the community to the institution (i.e., new student orientation, transfer student orientation).
Students are consulted on campus issues that affect them.
Student affairs educators help to facilitate the rituals and traditions of the campus culture as a way of celebrating the institution's community's purpose and mission.
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