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Residential Curriculum

We provide a transformative experience that supports a student's transition to Indiana University in the context of residential living.

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Academic Engagement

Students must take responsibility for their own academics by identifying and utilizing resources outside of the classroom, engaging with faculty, and managing their academic standards.

  • Residents will be able to use at least three academic resources.
  • Residents will be able to articulate two potential career fields that relate to their academic major.
  • Residents will be able to employ three positive academic habits and skills.
  • Residents will be able to apply at least two ways to engage with faculty both inside and outside of the classroom.
  • Residents will be able to identify two ways in which living on campus and being involved contributes to their academic experience.
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Understanding Self & Others

Students must be engaged in understanding who they are and be able to articulate their identities and beliefs. Then through intentional interactions, students will be able to learn about, support, and engage in dialogue with others.

  • Residents will be able to explain three of their values and beliefs to others.
  • Residents will be able to identify and discuss two societal trends and issues of social justice.
  • Residents will be able to exercise in a civil dialogue with individual(s) who maintain opposing values and beliefs.
  • Residents will be able to explore two behaviors related to sustainability living in residence halls.
  • Residents will be able to explain at least two ways in which their behavior reflects their values and beliefs.
Home > Housing > Residential Curriculum > Local & Global Citizenship

Local & Global Citizenship

Students should identify that they live in a world bigger than themselves and must find their place of belonging, and then articulate their role and responsibility back to their communities.

  • Residents will be able to identify with a community.
  • Residents will be able to utilize their community as a network of support.
  • Residents will be able to construct two opportunities for civic leadership and engagement, social responsibility, and/or community service.
  • Residents will be able to express two means of healthy conflict resolution.
  • Residents will be able to explain the impact of their behavior and attitude on the community.
  • Residents will be able to illustrate two ways they can interact with the global community.
  • Residents will be able to explore two ways to be culturally competent.
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General Well-being

Students pursue the development of the whole person, including physical, psychological, emotional, spiritual, and financial well-being.

  • Residents will be able to articulate two resources to support their identity development.
  • Residents will be able to demonstrate two behaviors that allow them to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
  • Residents will be able to describe two campus resources that assist in managing personal finances.
  • Residents will be able to use three resources that support their well-being.
  • Residents will be able to explore at least three of their values and they contribute to their identity and/or well-being.

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