Students will actively explore career development opportunities beyond the classroom by applying for internships, attending Career Services events, seeking letters of recommendations, and/or preparing for post graduate education exams such as the GRE, GMAT or LSAT.
Students will augment their community living skills and grow in their capacity to interact peacefully and respectfully with neighbors in an adult community.
Students will engage in at least one experiential learning activity, such as Study Abroad, Alternative Break Experiences, etc., that supports their academic or career goals.
Students will enhance their fitness/health and wellness by participating in a varsity, intramural or a club sport, or by an engaging in individual health and wellness programs (including individualized workout programs).
Students will explore their spiritual development through participation and reflection on their involvement with community liturgy and other events or spiritual opportunities (e.g., men's spirituality groups, men's Campus Ministry trips/retreats, formal and informal interactions with Saint John's monks, etc.).