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* 1. Please rate the following outcomes based on how well they represent what you think CSC should value in co-curricular activities focused on “career and professional development.”

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Activity allowed me to make connections or relate knowledge to career choices.
Activity allowed me to articulate and makes plans to achieve long-term goals and objectives.
Activity allowed me to take steps to initiate a job search, including creating a resume, or seek advanced education, including creating a curriculum vita.
Activity allowed me to demonstrate skill in guiding and assisting a group, organization, or community in meeting its goals.
Activity allowed me to learn from the contributions and involvement of others.

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* 2. Please rate the following outcomes based on how well they represent what you think CSC should value in co-curricular activities focused on “service to the community”

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Activity allowed me to adjust my own attitudes and beliefs through working within and learning from diversity of communities and cultures.
Activity allowed me to connect and extend knowledge (facts, theories, etc.) from my academic study/ field/ discipline to civic engagement and my participation in civic life, politics, and government.
Activity allowed me to recognize social systems and their influence on people.
Activity allowed me to collaboratively work across and within community contexts and structures to achieve a civic aim.
Activity allowed me to experience civic engagement that reinforced and clarified my sense of civic identity.

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* 3. Please rate the following outcomes based on how well they represent what you think CSC should value in co-curricular activities focused on “understanding human diversity and globalization”

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Activity allowed me to interact with others, exhibit respect, and preserve the dignity of others.
Activity allowed me to work cooperatively with others, including people different from myself and/or with different points of view.
Activity allowed me to examine the historical and contemporary roles, interconnections, and effects of human organizations and actions on the human and the natural worlds.
Activity allowed me to explore multiple perspectives (such as cultural, disciplinary, and ethical) when considering subjects within natural and human systems.
Activity allowed me to listen to and consider others’ points of view, including people different from self and/or with different points of view.

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* 4. Please rate the following outcomes based on how well they represent what you think CSC should value in co-curricular activities focused on “cultural enrichment and creative activity”

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Activity allowed me to understand my own identity and culture and to seek involvement with people different from myself.
Activity allowed me to integrate mental, emotional, and creative processes for increased insight and formulate a new approach to a particular problem or situation.
Activity allowed me to understand an intercultural experience from my own and other’s worldviews and recognize the perspective of other cultural groups.
Activity allowed me to combine ideas in original ways to modify an existing work or create something new.
Activity allowed me to create or perform a work drawing on a variety of styles, techniques, academic training, and personal experience.

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* 5. Please rate the following outcomes based on how well they represent what you think CSC should value in co-curricular activities focused on “application of research”

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Activity allowed me to use experience and other sources of information to create new insights.
Activity allowed me to apply previously understood information, concepts, and experiences to a new situation or setting or to rethink previous assumptions.
Activity allowed me to recognize my capacity to create new understandings from activities and dialogue with others.
Activity allowed my educational interests to exist and flourish outside classroom requirements to pursue knowledge and/or experience.
Activity allowed me to connect life experiences and academic knowledge to infer differences, as well as similarities, and acknowledge perspectives other than my own.

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* 6. Are there any aspects of co-curricular activities that CSC values that are not represented in the outcomes listed above but should be?

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* 7. Which of the following categories best describes your main role on campus?

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