UW Oshkosh students take courses in their first semester. Regardless of the general education requirement met by a given Quest I course, Quest I courses include elements and activities that allow students to consider and understand themselves as the newest participating members of an established learning community. Students are given regular opportunities to explore the campus, their courses, and their new environment and to both ask and reflect on their answers to the question, “Where am I now?”
Quest I Learning Outcomes
These student learning outcomes are in addition to the outcomes for each particular course.
- Students will be able to describe the value of a Liberal Education.
- Students will become familiar with the expectations of a college-level education, the UW Oshkosh Essential Learning Outcomes, and the University Studies Program.
- Students will begin their acculturation to life at this university, developing familiarity with the academic resources and community engagement opportunities at UW Oshkosh.
- Students will engage in learning communities to enhance their connections to the class, the university, and one another.
- Students will participate in campus and community life through co-curricular activities.
- Students will begin to take personal responsibility for their intellectual development by archiving learning artifacts in the ePortfolio.
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