- Open Doors students' parents/guardians will participate in at least one parent meeting.
- Open Doors eighth grade students will submit an Oklahoma Promise application package.
- Open Doors' seniors enrolling in Cameron University the fall semester following high school graduation will persist to the subsequent fall semester.
- Ninth grade Open Doors participants will maintain at least a 2.75 average GPA each year.
- Open Doors participants completing the end of year evaluation will score program career services with an "A" or "B" when asked about increased knowledge of career options.
- Open Doors program alums will complete a postsecondary program within six years of graduating from high school.
- Students who participate in Office of Student Activities activities will connect to Cameron University.
- Students who participate in the CU Leadership Academy and/or organization roundtables will learn leadership skills.
- Student organization leaders will demonstrate effective communication skills.
- Students who participate in community service will increase their dedication to civic engagement and will have a heightened sense of self awareness.
- Students who participate in community service will be able to understand their impact and effect on their community through hands-on experiences.
- Students who participate in community service will have an increased awareness of diversity through their interactions with agencies and other students.
- Students who participate in Greek Life will be able to articulate their personal academic growth.
- Students who participate in Greek Life will develop a commitment to social excellence.
- Officers in the Student Government Association will be able to articulate their leadership style.
- Students who participate in student government will participate in shared governance.
- Students participating in leadership activities will be able to define a clear and definitive self-vision and mission.
- Students participating in the Programming Activities Council will better understand themselves, others, and team dynamics.
- Participants who attend a Disability Awareness Event are more informed about disability services and resources available on campus and in the community.
- Participants who attend a CU Succeed workshop are more prepared for success at Cameron.
- Participants in suicide prevention training will indicate an increase in their knowledge of the warning signs of suicide.
- Students who receive a sanction for violating the Code of Student Conduct through the Office of Student Development will not receive another sanction for a Code violation through the Office of Student Development during the same academic year.
- Students receiving the PLUS scholarship will retain the scholarship and complete all four years in the program.
- Participants who attend the Diversity Celebration will indicate an increase in their understanding of diversity.
- Cameron University students will have frequent interactions with peers who are of different racial or ethnic backgrounds.
- Each student who participates in the Diversity Diplomat student organization will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of current issues in diversity.
- Each student in the Aggie Achievers program will indicate their knowledge of facilities and available resources on campus.
- Students who participate in a career assessment inventory will narrow down a career choice or academic major.
- Students and alumni who have registered with the online job search service will use the system to view jobs.
- Students and alumni who register with OptimalResume, the online resume writing tool offered through Career Services, will create a resume using the site.
- Employees at Cameron University will be aware of the services offered by Career Services.
- Job seekers who attend a career fair will act professionally.
Student Support Services
- Freshman who join the SSS Program in the summer and participate in the SSS Orientation in July will learn about the campus culture and resources.
- Students participating in the SSS individual tutoring and/or the SSS tutorial labs will be satisfied with their tutoring experience.
- Students who attend the financial aid assistance training each spring will learn how to apply for their FAFSA online.
- Students who participate in the money management workshop each fall semester will learn techniques to better manage checking accounts, credit cards, and savings accounts.
- Students who receive mentoring and attend the campus awareness training in the fall semester will learn where campus resources are located.
- Students who receive individual tutoring will improve their course grade as a result of tutoring.
- Participants served by the SSS project will persist from one academic year to the beginning of the next academic year.
- Students who participate in a technology workshop each fall semester will learn how to use one program in Microsoft Office.
- At the completion of their senior year, Upward Bound seniors will identify themselves with a relevant career cluster and college major related to their interests and skills.
- Students who are selected to participate in Upward Bound will meet the following preferred characteristics: 1) GPA as desired by the Upward Bound program 2) a moderate number of extra-curricular activities 3) demonstrate a desire and the ability to succeed in high school 4) meet income requirements and/or meet first generation requirements (parents have not graduated from college 5) have a career interest requiring a college degree.
- Upward Bound parents who participate in parent meetings will report a better understanding of how to assist their child in transitioning to and succeeding in their collegiate educational efforts.
- Upward Bound seniors enrolling in college the fall semester following high school graduation will persist to the subsequent fall semester.
- Students who participate in Upward Bound will complete either an associate's or bachelor's degree within six years of graduating from high school.
- Cameron University Upward Bound students who participate in the summer program will show improvement in their mathematics skills.
- Cameron University Upward Bound students who participate in the summer program will show improvement in their English skills.
- Students who participate in counseling will demonstrate improvement in their symptoms (which affect their functioning in academics, personal relationships, and occupation) at the end of treatment.
- Students who participate in counseling will be satisfied with the services they are provided.
- Students who receive medical services will be satisfied with the services provided.
Aggie Rec Center
- Individuals using the Aggie Rec Center will have a positive experience in a safe and friendly environment.
- Individuals will develop skills that are part of a healthy lifestyle.
- Individuals will be aware of the benefits of maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle.
- Individuals will increase their connection to others through use of the facilities.
- Students, faculty, staff, and community members will utilize the Aggie Rec Center.
- Residents will participate in programs sponsored by Student Housing.
- Residents will feel safe in all housing facilities.
- Residents who are required to go through the judicial process will modify their behavior based on feedback.
- Residents will be satisfied with housing facilities.
- Students will choose to live on campus.
- Two floors (one male and one female) are reserved as an option for our first time freshmen to live on. Freshman residents who live on these floors for at least the fall semester will enroll at Cameron during the following fall semester.