The Office of Extended Learning

Honors

  1. Honors students will demonstrate the ability to collaborate with colleagues by actively participating in or organizing an activity designed to benefit the campus or the community.
  2. Honors students will develop awareness and respect for cultural differences and demonstrate the ability to work with/within diverse groups to better engage the campus and the community.
  3. Honors students will demonstrate the skills to do independent research on complex problems and present their work to faculty and peers.
  4. Honors students will incorporate at least one discipline outside their major(s) in their exploration of an idea or problem.
  5. Honors students will demonstrate leadership skills (organization and planning, communication, delegation) by having taken one or more leadership roles in Honors curricular, co-curricular, or extra-curricular activities.

Open Doors

  1. Open Doors eighth grade students will submit an Oklahoma Promise application package.
  2. Ninth grade Open Doors participants will maintain at least a 2.75 average GPA each year.
  3. Open Doors participants completing the end of year evaluation will score program career services with a grade of "A" or "B" when asked if they learned more about different careers and what careers are best for them.
  4. Open Doors' seniors enrolling in Cameron University the fall semester following high school graduation will persist to the subsequent fall semester.
  5. Open Doors program alums will complete a post-secondary program within six years of graduating from high school.

Study Abroad

  1. Students will demonstrate cross-cultural adaptability when participating in study abroad tours.
  2. Students will be satisfied with their study abroad experience.

Upward Bound

  1. Students who are selected to participate in Upward Bound will meet the following preferred characteristics: 1) GPA as desired by the Upward Bound program 2) a moderate number of extra-curricular activities 3) demonstrate a desire and the ability to succeed in high school 4) meet income requirements and/or meet first generation requirements (parents have not graduated from college 5) have a career interest requiring a college degree.
  2. Upward Bound parents who participate in parent meetings will report a better understanding of how to assist their child in transitioning to and succeeding in their collegiate educational efforts.
  3. Upward Bound seniors enrolling in college the fall semester following high school graduation will persist to the subsequent fall semester.
  4. Students who participate in Upward Bound will complete either an associate's or bachelor's degree within six years of graduating from high school.
  5. Cameron University Upward Bound students who participate in the summer program will show improvement in their mathematics skills.
  6. Cameron University Upward Bound students who participate in the summer program will show improvement in their English skills.

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