Aligning what we want to do and believe we should do with what we actually do.
1. Students will be able to describe how human flourishing is affected by and affects co-curricular, curricular, and spiritual involvement at Providence College.
2. Students will self-assess and strengthen their skills for personal success through financial, professional, psychological, social, spiritual, and physical well-being.
3. Students will be able to identify and mitigate those things in their lives that are barriers to their flourishing. They will stretch themselves to become their very best without becoming frenetic and/or overly stressed.
4. In recognition of the interconnectedness of the human family, students will act in ways that demonstrate respect for the flourishing of others. They will challenge behaviors and actions that interfere with this.
5. Students will engage in the big questions of life: Who am I? What is my purpose? What path do my decisions put me on? Who is God?