University-Wide Community-Based Transformational Learning (CBTL) Outcomes

Summary of University-Wide CBTL outcomes


  Domain Outcome  Resources  

Intercultural Competence

Demonstrable cognitive, affective and behavioral skills and characteristics that support effective and appropriate interaction in a variety of cultural contexts.




Ability to recognize ethical issues in a variety of settings and evaluate alternative actions.


Effective Citizenship

Demonstrable knowledge, skills, values and motivation that promotes the quality of life in a community.

  Integrated Connections Ability to understand across both curricular and co-curricular experiences, from making simple connections among ideas, concepts and experiences to synthesizing and transferring learning to new, complex and unscripted situations.


*Rubrics can be uploaded into a Canvas course for use in assignment grading. Note: The rubrics can be edited once uploaded, but cannot be altered once they've been made available to the class participants. For information on how to upload the rubrics into Canvas, please visit: Canvas-How to Use Rubrics. Additional Canvas resources can be found here: Canvas FAQs.


The Center for Community-Based Learning has chosen to utilize the VALUE Rubrics created by AAC&U.