Lakewood University's


Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs)

Institutional Learning Outcomes are the knowledge, skills, abilities, and attitudes that students are expected to develop as a result of their overall experiences with any aspect of the University, including courses, programs, and student services.

ILOs are designed to help guide individual departments and disciplines in the development of learning outcomes for programs and courses and services and to help shape the decision making processes of Lakewood University. ILOs are the collective expression of the learning environment at Lakewood University. 

  • To provide programs to prepare students to enter specific occupations.
  • To provide courses and programs to improve workers’ job performance, to upgrade job skills, to prepare workers for expanding information bases and changing skills requirements, and to assist persons in the transition to new occupations.
  • To provide guidance to assist students in making decisions that may affect their education, career, cultural advancement, and general well-being.
  • To provide equal educational access for the disabled as well as academic and economically disadvantaged individuals. Support services will be offered to meet their special needs.
  • To provide activities and special events which encourage alumni involvement in Lakewood University.
  • To provide special services designed to improve the quality of life and peaceful relations in the community and to promote life-long learning.
  • To provide the best possible instructional and support services – including, but not limited to, adequate supplies, sufficient and appropriate facilities, and technologically current equipment.
  • To provide programs and opportunities to develop employees’ professional knowledge and abilities.

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