Student Life personnel and programs create environments and experiences that assist students in developing a commitment to lifelong learning in the areas of community life, diversity, local and global engagement, spiritual formation, and wellness.
Academic bridging – Students identify and integrate classroom learning with out-of-class experience.
Community life – Students engage in healthy interactions with others that enhance understanding and appreciation of personal and cultural differences.
Diversity – Students articulate and embrace God-honoring diversity and reconciliation as integral components of being a disciple of Christ.
Local and global engagement – Students become aware of God’s heart for all people, and accept challenges to sensitively and strategically engage in local, national, and global concerns.
Leadership development – Students engage in ongoing purposeful exploration to recognize and embrace their calling, and nurture their desire to use their vocation to advance the Kingdom of God.
Spiritual formation – Students learn to articulate and live out personal and corporate faith in Christ that inspires transformational discipleship.
Wellness – Students actively participate in the process of identity formation and in the development of the whole self.