We Don't Believe ...
- that college educations — or college graduates — are manufactured.
- that conformity is the goal.
- that students start at the same places in their educational journeys — or that they have the same needs, challenges, gifts, and talents.
- that face-to-face teaching and mentoring by faculty members is outdated or irrelevant.
- that academic excellence and Christian humility are at odds.
- that students come to us as students only.
- that learning — or faith — is dry, stuffy, or stale.
- that wisdom exists without integrity.
- that "personal responsibility" is a tired cliché.
- that leaders can emerge without the experience of service.
- that giving means losing.
- in the boundaries of artificial conventions.
- that freedom exists without responsibility.