1. To make available the opportunity for higher education to deserving students regardless of social, religious, or economic status.
2. To help its students to understand and profit from the opportunities of modern life. The College aspires to make of its students educated and useful citizens, capable of appreciating the riches of their own and other cultures, of enjoying the benefits of the modern age, and of taking places as responsible members of society.
3. To enlarge the student’s vision of his world and his relation to other persons in it. The College hopes to foster in its students a sense of nationhood, transcending the barriers of wealth, social standing, language, and religion and to enlarge the sense of loyalty to include not only the local interest but also the national and international interest.
4. To develop in the student an attitude of responsibility in the pursuit of knowledge, in the conduct of his everyday life, and his relations to his fellow men. The College believes that intellectual honesty, personal integrity, and high moral that moral values are essential aspects of the intellectual life.
5. To stimulate intellectual curiosity and devotion to sound knowledge both for its own sake and for the sake of its application in serving the needs of mankind. The College desires to create in the students a sense of wonder, a disciplined imagination, an attitude of persistence and thoroughness, and an appreciation of academic excellence. The College believes that the students should also be made to see the relevance of theoretical knowledge to the practical demands of a changing world.
6. To cultivate in the students an ability to make mature judgments in matters of truth, worth, authenticity, and excellence. The College feels that a discerning mind is as important as the accumulation of factual knowledge.