From its very inception, the office of Student Life has been involved with educating students outside of the classroom. Campus life should encourage thought and action that reflects or complements the cognitive aspects of the classroom experience. As student development professionals, we are co-workers with the faculty and staff, committed to the common task of educating students in integrating their faith, learning, and healthful living as they become responsible members of society for the future.
We encourage each woman and each man to fully experience collegiate life and learning—learning that promotes personal, intellectual and social development, spiritual growth, moral integrity, and emotional well-being.
We endeavor to take advantage of the opportunity to challenge and support students through the maturational process of leadership, seizing as a teachable moment every experience whether positive or negative.
We commit to create an environment whereby all student will be accepted and valued as unique individuals who have been given particular gifts and talents to be discovered, developed, and directed toward the spirit of building a positive Christian community and bring awareness to the power of God’s love and grace.