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Institutional Learning Outcomes provide “value-added” education for every UFV grad

A university education should consist of more than the accumulation of a body of knowledge in a certain discipline. That’s the premise of a process that’s been ongoing at UFV since 2011. Many people have brainstormed, planned, deliberated, contributed, and worked together to create the university’s Institutional Learning Outcomes. The ILOs, as they are known, […]

Institutional Learning Outcomes to provide “value-added” education for every UFV grad

UFV Institutional Learning Outcomes The University of the Fraser Valley (UFV), located on traditional Sto:lo territory, recognizes and respects Indigenous ways of knowing. UFV is committed to providing our communities with a variety of high-quality, student-centred programs that honour diversity and foster a passion for learning. Each UFV graduate possesses the following abilities and, therefore, […]

What powers should every UFV graduate possess? Have your say on Feb 9

What knowledge, skills, abilities and values are crucial for every UFV student to develop? Communication skills? Civic responsibility? Environmental awareness? Digital-age savvy? The collaborative project, facilitated by the Teaching and Learning Advisory Council, has engaged UFV faculty, staff, students, alumni and community stakeholders in discussions throughout the Fall and Winter, culminating in a final document […]