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    #BraveNation:

    Yesterday evening Piedmont Natural Gas disconnected natural gas service to main campus in order prevent potential hazards. As of this morning, gas service has not been restored. Utility crews are working continuously to repair the segment and restore service as soon as possible.

    It is important to know faculty, staff, students and visitors on campus are not in immediate danger because of any potential gs leaks. The disruption in service may affect some campus activity throughout the day, including dining services. Dining facilities are working to bring in the necessary resources to provide limited hot meal options. We appreciate your patience and will update you as additional information becomes available.

Academic Affairs

Student Learning Outcomes

The University of North Carolina complies with Comprehensive Standard 3.3.1.1 of the SACS Principles of Accreditation which requires that an institution identify expected student learning outcomes for its educational programs, assess the extent to which it achieves those outcomes, and provide evidence of improvement based on analysis of the results.

Each academic department is required to have a plan for the assessment of student learning outcomes unique to the individual department/program. Each plan includes a department mission statement, goals and objectives, assessment methods, and use of assessment data. In defining expected results, departments indicate their expectations of student performance. Expected results are explicit and precise statements about what the department expects students to learn. They are specific in terms of the areas of knowledge, attitudes, behaviors, communication skills, and appreciations in which graduates of the department will be proficient.
Expected learning outcomes for each of the University’s academic programs can be accessed at the links below.

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAMS

GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS

GRADUATE EDUCATION PROGRAMS