In this era of increasingly rapid social, cultural, economic, and technological change, a rigorous, broad, and Christ-centered education in the sciences, the humanities, mathematics, and the arts is more important than ever.  Here in the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, we equip students with the intellectual, social, and discipline-specific skills necessary to evaluate information, communicate effectively, and think critically, creatively, and independently; we nurture students as they seek personal, spiritual, and professional maturity; and we introduce students to an ever-more expansive understanding of the world, even as we support them in their pursuit of their personal dreams, intellectual passions, and sense of calling. 


Stanley C. Pelkey II, Dean