A holistic, complete, education involves learning inside and
outside of the classroom. Student
involvement in co-curricular activities is the key to obtaining a holistic
education. The Division of Student Engagement
and Success offers hundreds of opportunities for students to get involved in activities
such as student government, fraternities and sororities, cultural and social organizations,
leadership programs, intramural sports and residence life. Students may also participate in events and
take advantage of services that are provided by counseling/health centers. Students can customize their involvement to
meet individual interests and to gain the knowledge, skills and experiences to
prepare them for a life with purpose.
The Division has identified five main areas in which it
seeks to facilitate student learning and growth. These are known as the Student Engagement and
Success Learning Domains. They provide a
framework to help you understand the way co-curricular involvement can enhance
your college experience by teaching you to connect knowledge and apply critical
thinking and problem solving skills.
These skills provide you the tools for a successful future of engaged
These Domains were created using the following as a
guide and example:
Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher
Education, CAS Professional Standards for Higher Education 7th
edition (2009), Student Learning and Development Outcomes.
The University of Georgia, Division of Student Affairs.