Student Life Mission Statement

Committed to our Catholic Jesuit tradition and guided by our Ignatian values, we empower our students to create a supportive and transformative educational experience. We provide challenging opportunities for the holistic development of students so that they may become servant leaders who discern goals, focus on social justice, appreciate diversity and lead lives of faith and purpose.

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Inspired by the example of Saint Ignatius of Loyola, we help students discern God’s presence in their lives and encourage them to become persons they feel called to be. As the first Jesuits did more than 450 years ago, we meet students where they are in their spiritual journeys and help them explore the role of faith and spirituality in their lives.

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Finding God in all things means recognizing we are all made in God’s image and likeness and are therefore inherently good people. To this end, our students must challenge racism, strive for justice and recognize their roles and responsibilities within a pluralistic and global society.

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Through our commitment to Cura Personalis, our students need the ability to find balance in all areas of their lives in order to reach their full potential. In developing a thoughtful approach to life, students can begin making wise decisions, learning from their successes and mistakes and making better future judgments.

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St. Luke said, “Of those to whom much is given, much is expected.” (Luke 12:48) In observance of this maxim, students can make a positive difference in the world through service focused on justice with a sense of responsibility for sharing their gifts and talents with and for others.

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As part of the Spiritual Exercises, Saint Ignatius teaches the need for discernment. Informed by this truth, we challenge students to employ purposeful reflection and self-awareness resulting in informed action focused on the greater good.

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