Why Liberal Arts?
A liberal arts education is designed to be broad and deep. Broad by encompassing a general core of courses and deep by studying a career concentration with rigor. Our learning is comprehensive, interdisciplinary and connected. We teach our students to ask the big questions, think profoundly and critically and communicate well.
“The New American College: A Case for the Liberal Arts” by President Jim Belcher
Education in America has a rich history dating back to the 1600s – but colleges and universities no longer see their priorities as helping students find the meaning of life, building a life of strong character, learning to serve others or preparing for civic responsibility. Read more »