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Create a four-year student formation plan that is grounded in Ignatian spirituality and develops “contemplatives in action,” complementing the curricular plan and emphasizing:

  • Deep and broad thinking
  • Personal excellence and responsibility
  • Discernment of gifts and talents
  • Effective, ethical leadership and citizenship

"Jesuit education doesn’t just prepare people to make a living. It prepares people to make a life of purpose, a life worth living."

The Very Rev. Joseph M. O’Keefe, S.J.,

Create conditions for students to pursue and achieve excellence:

  • Deliver at least one high-impact co-curricular opportunity to every student
  • Develop a comprehensive mentoring program connecting students with alumni and friends of the College
  • Deliver a sustainable varsity athletics experience that maximizes opportunity for ongoing excellence
  • Foster personal and community wellness and support for student well-being and mental health
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Foster an inclusive culture of belonging and an open, respectful exchange of ideas and beliefs.
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Adopt and advance a campus master plan to address both living and learning spaces, ensuring that they are welcoming and affirming.

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Ensure that a comprehensive marketing and communications strategy helps advance strategic objectives through compelling storytelling; positioning of influential, expert voices of students, faculty, staff and alumni; and marketing efforts that build awareness of and appreciation for our distinctive student experience.