DC-UP Students’ Learning Outcomes

  • develop a sense of belonging in the University community
  • experience higher academic achievement
  • increase curricular and cocurricular collaborative interactions with other students, faculty, and staff
  • more readily achieve articulated learning outcomes specified by departments or programs
  • demonstrate increased awareness of departmental, college, and University resources
  • demonstrate improved critical thinking and collaborative problem-solving skills
  • demonstrate improved knowledge and skills related to career opportunities
  • demonstrate a better understanding of differences and similarities among people
  • experience a higher level of satisfaction with the University experience
  • show a greater rate of persistence as a result of all of the above