Goal 4: Intrapersonal Intelligence Narrative

 
Transitioning away from home and into a rigorous academic and co-ed residential environment can be challenging for students and impact their emotional well-being, mental health and sense of self. Students will be able to address these changes by cultivating resilience, self-care skills, and utilization of available resources. Students will become more proficient in identifying and verbalizing their needs, ideas, thoughts and values.

Learning Outcomes: Students will explore personal values and identity Students will set health and wellness goals that are reasonable, achievable, and sustainable. Students will identify ways to support their emotional wellness Implementation Resident Counselor Wing and Hall programming: Facilitate structured activities in the residence hall Guest Program: Bring in campus partner/outside expert to facilitate program in the residence hall Door-to-Door: Intentional one-on-one conversations with residents in the hall Hall council: Lead discussion in residence hall Roommate and conflict management Community service projects: Bring students to an off-campus event or location related to the learning outcome Visual Display: Create floor decorations, door hangers, or posters, placed prominently in community spaces Bulletin Boards: Place visual elements on bulletin board.

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