“We are educators who advance the mission of the college by facilitating student engagement and success.”
We fulfill our mission by embodying professional excellence, promoting student-centered learning, and cultivating community.
We uphold the highest standards of operational excellence through our commitment to ongoing professional development, continuous improvement, collaborative practice, and responsible stewardship of resources.
We create an environment where students accept responsibility for learning and are valued partners in the advancement and implementation of programs and services.
We strive to foster a safe, equitable, and interconnected community where people care about each other and the world around them.
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Student Leadership and Involvement
Student Leadership and Involvement promotes a diverse and active lifestyle for Lafayette students. Check out the variety of programs and events available for the entire campus community.
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- Accepting Every Challenge May 26, 2015By Jane Kuntz ’15 At only 19 years of age, the Marquis de Lafayette sailed to America on the Hermione for the French intervention in the Revolutionary War. When Lafayette arrived in America, he adopted the motto “Cur Non?” meaning “Why Not?” This spirit guided him to play an integral role in America’s freedom, and […]Jane Kuntz
- A Memorable Night May 24, 2015By Ryan Dodds ’15 The Economics Department and the Policy Studies Program joined together to offer the class Industry, Strategy, and Policy. This course is designed to analyze the major factors that shape the performance and profitability of organizations and industries. This is accomplished through a group project. Each student is assigned to a group […]Ryan Dodds
- Why Not? May 22, 2015By Chelsea Cutino ’15 Here at Lafayette we have a saying roughly equivalent to the popular phrase “YOLO” (You only live once). It’s called “cur non” and translates to “why not?” All joking aside, though, cur non conveys the adventurous, ambitious spirit of the school’s founder, the Marquis de Lafayette, and it is this sort […]Chelsea Cutino
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