Core ValuesHigher education institutions operate in volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous environments, in many cases with limited means. And yet, society entrusts higher education with our nation’s most important resource—our future leaders. Higher education leaders must remain mindful that institutions of higher education have a remarkable responsibility of providing a solid educational foundation for their students, which includes upholding high academic and ethical standards ). College embraced core values serve as guideposts for institution stakeholders. Core values show what an organization wants to be, often in contrast to what an organization is. If a higher education institution communicates consistent internal and external core values messaging to stakeholders, positive actions occur within the halls of higher education.The college enshrines certain core values in its day to day working and policy frameworks including perspective and strategic plans.



Eliminating barriers to educational success and career goals by ensuring fairness and access to resources and support.


Promoting teamwork, collaboration, communication, courtesy, and respect both on campus and with the surrounding community.


Pursuing the highest quality in learning and teaching, supporting students, enhancing the college environment, and implementing sustainable practices.


Fostering a community that embraces diversity, individuality, accessibility, a supportive climate, and encourages a variety of perspectives and opinions.


Upholding an ethical standard of honesty, accountability, and trust.


The college adhering to its core values strive to attain the following goals-

  • Truth and Personal Integrity.
  • Transformative Education.Inclusiveness, excellence and social justice.
  • Holistic growth.
  • Protection and Preservation of Environment.
  • Community Engagement