- Making connections with faculty, staff and peers.
- Developing relationships with peers who are providing academic support and social support.
- Taking advantage of faculty support.
- Identifying staff that will challenge and support you as you progress towards graduation.
- Involved in campus activities, clubs, and organizations.
- Understanding how to navigate university policies, procedures and resources.
- Identifying offices that are valuable resources in your Central experience.
- Understanding basic academic policies and procedures and their impact on your progress towards graduation.
- Comfortable utilizing online campus resources.
- Developing skills, tools, and habits that will aid in your academic success.
- Routinely attending class and making progress towards completion of your graduation requirements.
- Enhancing college success skills.
- Developing familiarity with library resources and research methods.
- Promoting student exploration and learning while preparing students for responsible lives in a diverse, interconnected and evolving world.
- Exploring your own social background and characteristics through the lens of opportunities, status, power, and how you are treated by others as a result.
- Developing an awareness and respect for others.
- Recognizing the impact of your actions on the larger community.
- Understanding the implications of your decisions, related to overall wellness.
- Gaining an awareness of your own values within the context of others in your curricular and co-curricular activities.
- Taking responsibility/ownership of your own academic and personal success.
- Understand your rights and responsibilities as they pertain to the student rights and responsibilities policy.