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Core Values and Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate that students are our priority
Support student learning
Measure our success by the success of each student
Empower students to take responsibility for their own education and future
Commitment to Spirituality
Balance action with contemplation
Develop awareness of spirituality, faith, and religion
Increase awareness and clarity about personal and professional values
Leave the world a better place
Respect for the Individual
Demonstrate dignity and respect for everyone
Value, trust, and help each other
Strive for justice and fairness in all relationships
Recognize and acknowledge achievement on every level
Involve others to multiply effectiveness
Achieve goals through productive cooperation in the College and world community
Appreciate synergy that comes with involvement from multiple perspectives
Model collaboration in all of our activities and endeavors
OUTCOMES OF AN URSULINE EDUCATION
Analyze and Synthesize
by examining and distinguishing constituent elements (analysis) and combining parts or elements into a whole (synthesis).
by exchanging ideas, thoughts, opinions or feelings through a common system of language, symbols, signs or gestures appropriate for everyday living.
by engaging in behavior that permits effective relationships in both one-to-one and group situations.
Make Decisions Based on Values
by making discriminations based upon the consideration of what the individual prizes as ethical, socially worthwhile, good, beautiful, and true.
Respond to Beauty
by integrating the cognitive and affective domains in a personal experience of the arts.
by finding a solution to a question or situation that presents uncertainty or difficulty.
Take Responsibility for Society
by accepting the obligation to respond to unjust or oppressive social situations.
is collegial, cooperative, connected; it takes into account issues of gender, race and class.
takes place in a wide variety of cultures.
provides an understanding of ourselves and society in relation to the human condition over time.
is built around values and meaning.
respects the spiritual dimensions of life.
involves inquiry, posing hypotheses and systematically supporting them.
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Ursuline, the first women's college in Ohio is recognized for distinguished programs in nursing, fashion, social work and education. Ursuline College offers more than 30 undergraduate and 11 graduate liberal arts degrees in four schools including arts and sciences, nursing, professional and graduate studies.