Accept responsibility, demonstrate professionalism, meet commitments, reflect on consequences of your actions, recognize your strengths and weaknesses, develop critical learning.
This domain includes self-efficacy and self-advocacy. Self-efficacy is one’s belief in one’s ability to succeed and attain a goal. Similarly, self-advocacy is one’s ability to effectively communicate, convey, negotiate, and assert his or her own interests, desires, needs and rights. It involves making informed decisions and taking responsibility for those decisions. You may demonstrate these through activities such as: one’s own ability to complete tasks and reach goals; the ability for people to communicate and negotiate for their needs and rights; Understanding how to access and navigate the campus and community; Knowledge is the understanding of Purdue’s and greater Lafayette’s geographic, cultural, and procedural characteristics and standards; Knowledge of the University’s academic and behavior/conduct expectations.
You may demonstrate achievements in this domain by participating in programs available through:
- Center for Career Opportunities
- Dean of Students Student Assistance Center
- Disability Resource Center
- Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities
- Purdue Musical Organizations
- Purdue Student Health Center
- Span Plan