Gain broad knowledge of the wider world by surveying the various disciplines of the arts and sciences. Develop strong and transferable intellectual and practical skills, as well as analytical and problem‐solving strategies in order to become active citizens in the world.
Learn to articulate the teachings of the Orthodox Christian faith. Evaluate, incorporate, and synthesize those teachings into your own world view. Reflect on how those teachings could impact your vocational choices. Participate in the worship and spiritual life of the Church and apply your education to serve the Church and society with love and discernment.
Acquire competence in a specific field of study and the practical skills to enter your professional lives. Demonstrate personal integrity, effectiveness in defining and attaining goals, and a collaborative spirit in all endeavors.
Gain the understanding that engagement is a relationship of equals, that you engage with others from a place of wholeness and a desire to connect with the wholeness in others. Engagement rests in the basic premise that the nature of life is sacred and your engagement in the lives of others is a holy vocation.