Upon graduation from Louisiana College, students have received a broad exposure to the liberal arts and sciences, are grounded in the knowledge of a major area of academic inquiry, and have encountered opportunities for integrating all learning into a workable framework within the context of the Christian faith. Every Louisiana College graduate should have the following:
- Written, oral, and technological communication skills that reflect logic and clarity.
- An ability to think analytically, logically, and creatively and to utilize a variety of approaches to problem solving.
- An understanding of the past and its relevance to the present and the future.
- An understanding and appreciation for the ways in which we know the physical universe, society, and ourselves.
- An understanding of global interdependence and responsibility.
- An appreciation for creativity, beauty, and the cultural significance of the fine arts.
- Personal development through participation in service projects, organizations, athletics, or extracurricular activities.
- The development of skills and abilities to pursue meaningful careers, lifelong learning, and service to God and others.
- A mature and reasoned basis for a commitment to Jesus Christ.
- A knowledge of the Bible’s content and basic doctrines that enables the graduate to explain Christianity accurately to others.
- The ability to analyze life issues, such as theological, moral, cultural, and professional questions, according to Biblical truth.
- An ability to utilize biblical principles in making value judgments and personal decision.
In order to evaluate the college’s effectiveness in student attainment, specific objectives and measures of accomplishment are developed in all areas of the college. Changes are continually implemented which improve the overall effectiveness of the college. The college is committed to providing the personnel, services, resources, and facilities sufficient to support these improvements.