Leadership Development

​CMU has chosen to define programs, services, and courses that contribute to leadership education by: “building capacity to solve problems, create value, and thrive in a changing and challenging world” (Heifetz, R., 2016). This definition is achieved through leadership knowledge and outcomes, identity development, healthy relationships, and social responsibility. 
References: CCLI Language 

Health & Wellbeing

​Health & Wellbeing programs support the physical, mental, social, and spiritual well-being of students while holistically supporting positive emotions and satisfaction with life. 
References: NIRSA; NASPA

Career Readiness​

​Career readiness programs aim to assist in the attainment and demonstration of requisite competencies that broadly prepare college graduates for a successful transition into the workplace. 
References: NACE

Civic Engagement & Social Justice​

​Civic Engagement & Social Justice programs engage students in dialogue around issues of power and privilege to aid in the creation of a fair, just, and equitable society. Additionally, these programs aim to promote student civic identity development through knowledge and value building that impact local, national, and global organizational partnerships that lead to mutual growth and enhancement.
References: Johnson, M. (2017); Office of Community Engagement; CMU Departments

​Diversity & Inclusion

Diversity and Inclusion programs aim to develop and expand perspectives that embrace diversity of all the ways in which people differ through active and intentional identity exploration, communication, community building, and engagement.
References: MASS; OID; ODE; Equity & Inclusion Task Force