This document is the self-study of the Student Activities and Campus Center Operations department conducted in the fall of 2010.
In an effort to enhance student learning as well as to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of various departments and programs, the Division of Student Affairs routinely conducts an assessment and review of each of its programs. The goal is for each DSA department and program to undergo a thoughtful and thorough self-assessment and review (including Grinnell College students, faculty, and staff and expert colleagues from other colleges and universities) at least twice between each decennial re-accrediation College review.
Concluding thoughts from W. Houston Dougharty, Vice-President for Student Affairs, regarding the review of the Student Conduct Program and the Student Activities and Campus Center Operations Department can be found in this document.
This document serves as the official response to the Student Conduct Program review during the 2010-11 academic year.
The review team's final report on the student conduct program and the student activities/campus center operations department. Completed spring 2011.
This first document (Part I) is the short version of the Student Conduct Program self-study conducted in the fall of 2010.
During the 2010-11 academic year, members of SDAG successfully developed Division-wide learning outcomes that articulate the ways in which students will learn and grow as a result of engaging with Student Affairs educators and their programs, services, and resources. Feedback from all members of the DSA was collected and informed this work.