By graduation the student already:
1. is growing in awareness of selfish attitudes and tendencies which lead one to treat others unjustly; consciously seeking to be more understanding, accepting, and generous with others.
2. is beginning to see that Christian faith implies a commitment to a just society.
3. is growing in awareness of the global nature of many social problems such as human rights, population displacement, resource distribution, war/terrorism, etc., and their impact on human communities.
4. practices a sustainable lifestyle based on awareness of social, economic and environmental consequences.
5. is working to be environmentally responsible by limiting the use of non-renewable resources and maximizing sustainable resources.
6. is beginning to engage in the public dialogue on environmental issues, practices, and solutions.
7. is beginning to understand the structural roots of injustice in social institutions, attitudes and customs.
8. is gaining, through experiences of and reflection on Christian service, an understanding of and solidarity with marginalized members of society.
9. is developing, from reflection on experiences with the marginalized, a sense of compassion and a growing understanding of those social changes which will assist all in attaining their basic human rights.
10. is becoming aware, through study and reflection, of alternatives in public policy that regulate services provided to segments of the community.
11. has begun to reflect on social justice implications of future careers.
12. is beginning to understand the justice implications inherent in Christ’s commandment to love one another.
13. is beginning to recognize the importance of public opinion and voter influence on public policy in local, regional, national and international arenas.
14. is beginning to understand the complexity of many social issues and the need for critical reading of diverse sources of information about them.
15. is beginning to confront some of the moral ambiguities embedded in values promoted by Western culture.
16. is beginning to make decisions, based on Gospel values, which sometimes conflict with the values of a materialistic society.