Impanel a cross-sectional task force to develop a comprehensive plan for co-curricular student development. This plan should include greater opportunities for community service, affinity groups/student organizations, leadership development, mentoring, and career exploration.
Introduce a Richmont Retreat Experience for all new/continuing/graduating students, with different tracks depending on place in program. The Retreat will build cohesion among 1st years, support and renewal to 2nd years, and reflective as well as career development experience for 3rd years. This Retreat promises to be a watershed developmental experience for students in their quest for deeper bonds, wisdom, sense of personal mission, and inspire a lifelong desire for doing Christian good.
As a person-centered institution, Richmont will devote more attention and resources to developing students holistically and with a strong bent toward wellness. The THRIVE Quality Enhancement Plan made a great stride toward embedding emotional and spiritual self-care in University culture. Not stopping there, well-being also includes physical wellness. To that end, Richmont will create pathways to health as well as fitness opportunities that are accessible, affordable, and communal.
Strengthen the career development preparation that School of Counseling students receive through a structured program that facilitates their transition to the professional world of work.