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Mission of a Particular Marianist Institution

  1. 1. the mission of a particular institution Chaminade University of Honolulu
  2. 2. Quick Facts Founded in 1955
  3. 3. Quick Facts Founded in 1955 Marianist, Catholic, Hawaiian-serving institution
  4. 4. Quick Facts Founded in 1955 Marianist, Catholic, Hawaiian-serving institution 38% of the student body are Catholic
  5. 5. Quick Facts Founded in 1955 Marianist, Catholic, Hawaiian-serving institution 38% of the student body are Catholic 51% of the student body are residents of Hawai‘i
  6. 6. Quick Facts Founded in 1955 Marianist, Catholic, Hawaiian-serving institution 38% of the student body are Catholic 51% of the student body are residents of Hawai‘i 64% are Asian/Pacific Islanders
  7. 7. Founding of a Marianist University Brother James Dods, S.M. Excerpt from the 125th Marianist documentary video “Marianists in Hawaii”
  8. 8. Founding of a Marianist University Brother James Dods, S.M. Excerpt from the 125th Marianist documentary video “Marianists in Hawaii”
  9. 9. University is Established War is over
  10. 10. University is Established War is over G.I. Bill
  11. 11. University is Established War is over G.I. Bill Five Founders
  12. 12. University is Established War is over G.I. Bill Five Founders Two-year junior college
  13. 13. University is Established War is over G.I. Bill Five Founders Two-year junior college St. Louis Junior College – Chaminade College – Chaminade University of Honolulu
  14. 14. Characteristic of Catholic Universities Reverend Timothy Eden, S.M., Ed.D. from the 125th Marianist documentary video Excerpt “Marianists in Hawaii”
  15. 15. Characteristic of Catholic Universities Reverend Timothy Eden, S.M., Ed.D. from the 125th Marianist documentary video Excerpt “Marianists in Hawaii”
  16. 16. Mission Statement
  17. 17. Mission Statement Educate in a collaborative learning environment
  18. 18. Mission Statement Educate in a collaborative learning environment Prepares students for life, service and successful careers
  19. 19. Mission Statement Educate in a collaborative learning environment Prepares students for life, service and successful careers Development of moral character and to build a just and peaceful society
  20. 20. Core Commitments
  21. 21. Core Commitments Commitments to Service
  22. 22. Core Commitments Commitments to Service Commitments to the Character of Our Educational Community
  23. 23. Characteristics of Marianist Education
  24. 24. Characteristics of Marianist Education Educate for formation in faith
  25. 25. Characteristics of Marianist Education Educate for formation in faith Provide an integral, quality education
  26. 26. Characteristics of Marianist Education Educate for formation in faith Provide an integral, quality education Educate in family spirit
  27. 27. Characteristics of Marianist Education Educate for formation in faith Provide an integral, quality education Educate in family spirit Educate for service, justice and peace
  28. 28. Characteristics of Marianist Education Educate for formation in faith Provide an integral, quality education Educate in family spirit Educate for service, justice and peace Educate for adaptation and change
  29. 29. Native Hawaiian Serving Institution
  30. 30. Native Hawaiian Serving Institution Value and validate Hawaiian culture
  31. 31. Native Hawaiian Serving Institution Value and validate Hawaiian culture Contribute to the development of that culture
  32. 32. Native Hawaiian Serving Institution Value and validate Hawaiian culture Contribute to the development of that culture Include persons of Hawaiian descent in all facets of community and programs
  33. 33. Native Hawaiian Serving Institution Value and validate Hawaiian culture Contribute to the development of that culture Include persons of Hawaiian descent in all facets of community and programs Same care and concern are given to other Pacific Islanders

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