Standard 3.1


Standard 3.1

 

3.1 The Board-adopted Christian philosophy of education is periodically assessed and reflected in the curriculum and operations of the institution.

Compliance:

The adopted Philosophy of Education as published in the Institutional handbooks and Catalog is as follows:

PHILOSOPHY OF EDUCATION

SFWBC is dedicated to preparing Christian men and women for Christian living and the ministry. The college operates under a Biblical philosophy of education which is Christ-centered, founded in the truth of a triune personal God, revealed through creation, the person and work of His Son, Jesus Christ, and the inspired, infallible, inerrant Word of God. As a Christian educational institution, SFWBC is committed to providing an educational opportunity where the Christian world view is emphasized as both a basis for thinking and a pattern for living. The college is committed to developing believers to maturity in Christ.

SFWBC holds to the principle that the teaching learning process involves the whole person. This includes developing the students’ knowledge, values, and skills that will enable them to fulfill God’s will for their lives. In light of this SFWBC recognizes the necessity of a faculty consisting of regenerated individuals who are in close communion with God and a student body intent on a devotion to the Lord.

The most recent review of the Mission was conducted in conjunction with the application to TRACS.

Documentation:

Exhibit: Board of Directors Minutes 2016-04-14: M/S/C – “To approve the Strategic Long Range Plan.”

Exhibit: Board of Directors Minutes 2016-04-14: M/S/C – “To apply to the Transnational Association of Christian Colleges and Schools (TRACS) and approve the application and supporting documents.”

Appendix B: College Catalog 2016-2017, p. 5

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