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Student Development


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Student Development Staff

As an integral part of the educational experience, the Student Development staff has as its objectives to:

  • Aid students in their transition to college life.
  • Model and challenge students to an active and wholistic commitment to Christ.
  • Recognize the uniqueness and potential of each individual student. Encourage students to develop a teachable spirit.
  • Assist students in the discovery of their own individual identity. Address the spiritual, vocational, academic, relational, physical, psychological, and gender needs of students.
  • Offer experiential opportunities for personal, relational, and vocational growth that encourage the development of a Biblical worldview.
  • Celebrate God-ordained diversity by providing experiences which explore issues of racial, denominational, and cultural diversity.
  • Develop programs and services which address the particular needs of ethnic minorities, and international non-resident, and non-traditional learners.
  • Offer programs that promote personal health.
  • Provide opportunities for recreational involvement.
  • Encourage a healthy balance of self-esteem and humility.
  • Develop individuals with a passion for social justice carried out through personal service to others.
  • Develop lifelong learners who understand the necessity of setting and achieving goals.
  • Develop critical thinkers who are socially and academically prepared to impact their world.
  • Adhere to a philosophy of redemptive discipline that communicates a caring attitude toward those involved.
  • Enhance student vocational pursuits and provide services to help students transition to the workplace.