Print Mission The National League for Nursing promotes excellence in nursing education to build a strong and diverse nursing workforce to advance the health of our nation and the global community.
Our Vision Western Illinois University will be the leader in educational quality, opportunity, and affordability among regional public universities. Our Mission Western Illinois University empowers students, faculty, and staff to lead dynamic and diverse communities.
We provide student-centered undergraduate and graduate programs characterized by innovative teaching, research, and service, grounded in interdisciplinary, regional and global perspectives.
We engage our students in educational opportunities guided by a professional and diverse faculty and staff in collaboration with alumni and community partners. Our Core Values Why choose a mid-sized public university?
What can WIU offer you? Here are some of the larger goals behind the Western Illinois University's mission, and what you'll experience as a student.
Academic Excellence Central to our history and tradition is the commitment to teaching, to the individual learner, and to active involvement in the teaching-learning process.
Western is committed to an academic environment that encourages lifelong development as learners, scholars, teachers, and mentors. Educational Opportunity Western values educational opportunity and welcomes those who show promise and a willingness to work toward achieving shared educational goals.
WIU is committed to providing accessible, high quality educational programs and financial support for our students.
Grad Trac - This program guarantees graduation in four years. Iowa, Missouri, Indiana and Wisconsin residents receive Illinois in-state tuition rates. Personal Growth Because Western values the development of the whole person, WIU is committed to providing opportunities for personal growth in an environment that supports the development of wellness, ethical decision making, and personal responsibility.
Social Responsibility Western is committed to equity, social justice, and diversity, and will maintain the highest standards of integrity in our work with others.
WIU serves as a resource for and stimulus to economic, educational, cultural, environmental, and community development in our region and well beyond.
Commitment to Community Engagement - Because of its commitment and dedication to service learning, the University was selected for The Carnegie Foundation's Community Engagement Classification. The University, which was one of three Illinois public universities to receive the distinction, joined other institutions across the U.VALUES EXERCISE ADAPTED FROM TAPROOT 1.
Determine your core values.
From the list below, choose and write down every core value that resonates with you. Do not overthink your selections.
As you read through the my 4. 2. Group all similar values together from the list of values you just created. Ideally, our values inform and direct our actions and priorities.
Unclear values result in discontent, overwhelm, and an inability to make desired change. Our core values make us who we are. As we change and grow, the beliefs that are most important to us stay the same—putting people first, pursuing excellence, embracing change, acting with integrity and serving our world.
Texas A&M University Purpose Statement. To develop leaders of character dedicated to serving the greater good. Core Values. Our purpose statement carries with it the responsibility, the traditions and the forward-thinking of Texas A&M exemplified by all who are associated with the university — our faculty and staff, and our current and former students.
What do you believe in? What really matters to you? What values help govern how you live your life? What values do you want to pass on to your children? We find that most people make decisions according to a few “core values.” But many have never taken the time to articulate just what those. What would it be like to work in a place where you could experience and express your core values every day?
People in effective organizational cultures are deeply rooted in their own personal core values, and respect and honor the core values of the other people they work with.