1. In what ways am I leading my campus in articulating and in implementing a civic mission that prepares our students and our faculty for engaged citizenship?
3. How well do our campus co-curricular activities provide opportunities for civic engagement? Do these activities include participation in political campaigns and/or other change-oriented activities?
5. To what extent are students and faculty able to interact with aspects of public culture, civic arguments, and discussions on the meaning of their learning, their work, and their institution as a whole?
7. How well does our campus provide opportunity for faculty to create, to participate in, and to take responsibility for a vibrant public culture on campus?
9. Is our campus diverse? How do we enable students and faculty to encounter and to learn from others different from themselves in experience, in culture, in racial background, in gender, in sexual orientation, in ideologies, and in views?