Goal 2: We
will support programs and other initiatives so that our students will
learn that the capacity to live a moral life and to provide leadership
and service are among the most important outcomes of higher
extends beyond the classroom to active engagement in co-curricular
student life. Promoting a sense of community within our rural
academical village is essential if we are to succeed in our academic
College will continue to support a student-run Judicial System with a
strong Honor Code that prohibits lying, cheating, or stealing, or
toleration of any who do.
College will fully endow the operations of the Wilson Center for
Leadership in the Public Interest and of the Society of ’91 program
and seek constantly to extend opportunities for student training in
College expects and supports student, faculty, and staff participation
in major service activities (e.g., construction of a Habitat House)
and will promote involvement in service activities beyond the gates of
engagement of faculty members in student life will play a significant
role in promotion, tenure, and salary determinations. Faculty members
will interact with students as advisors to clubs and organizations; as
collaborative research partners; and through foreign study trips,
internships, professional meetings and service projects to the
community on and off campus.
College will strive to create opportunities for faculty and staff
members to live on or adjacent to the campus, and will continue to
provide rental housing as well as houses for purchase.
College will remain residential, with roughly ninety-five percent of
our students living in College residences.