To offer undergraduate and graduate educational programs based in the liberal arts and health, social, and natural sciences, with a focus on vocational exploration and experiential learning, which prepare students to thrive in, and make a positive impact upon a dynamic, diverse, and interdependent world. Engaged robust partnerships will support students’ academic, intellectual, personal and professional growth, align with workforce development needs, and enhance individual and community well-being and resilience.
The plan was approved by the Board of Trustees in Oct. 2021.
(IPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) survey data definitions are adopted for these statistics unless otherwise noted.)
Of our 176 graduating students in the Class of 2021, the data in this report based on 75 completed graduate surveys and additional data collected from professional social media site (primarily LinkedIn) on 63 additional graduates, therefore, providing data on a total of 138 graduates.
Survey delivered Oct., 2021, data collected Nov. 2021 through Feb. 2022, survey reflects an overlap in time as we gradually return to normal academic procedures and social/community events post pandemic.
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100% of traditional full-time undergraduate students enrolled for 2020-21 received institutional aid and of those students, the average institutional aid amount for the 2020-21 academic year was $33,293.
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