IU East Undergraduate Students completing a baccalaureate degree will be able to:
- Interact with others using social awareness and cultural understanding: Indiana University East students will be inclusive towards people of diverse or similar social and cultural groups who may identify by race, indigeneity, gender, class, sexuality, language, ability, religion, nationality or other categories of difference.
- Communicate competently with others: Indiana University East students will engage and build relationships with others through ethical, reflective, and/or critical communication and use appropriate resources in delivering and responding to multiple forms of communication.
- Acquire knowledge in disciplines: Indiana University East students in pursuit of broad and deep knowledge in disciplines will identify needs for information and then find, evaluate, and use diverse and credible information to solve problems, analyze ideas, do research, or create new knowledge.
- Apply knowledge creatively and critically: Indiana University East students will apply knowledge in a field of study and co-curricular experiences to promote inquiry, propose and discover solutions, and generate new ideas or creative works. Students will consider inclusivity in planning and implementing their proposals in communities of learning or communities of practice.
- Respectfully engage with local and/or global communities: Indiana University East students will build and sustain productive relationships with communities to respond to civic and social challenges at campus, local, national, and/or global levels. They will contribute to diverse environmental, social, cultural, informational, economic, and/or political systems with respect and adaptability.