An Educated Person
Maine College of Health Professions is committed to graduating an educated person.
The College believes that being an educated person means a commitment to lifelong learning, finding joy in expanding ideas, creativity and critical thinking. Courses in the sciences and humanities are necessary to developing a comprehensive education.
An educated person is one who has acquired knowledge, skills, and abilities, which will facilitate success in a variety of roles. All members of the College community commit to the following criteria, which we feel define an educated person.
An educated person:
- thinks critically and analytically; integrates and synthesizes knowledge.
- demonstrates, by moral and ethical behavior, the values of integrity, responsibility, perseverance, tolerance of ambiguity, and appreciation of diversity.
- demonstrates self-confidence, strives for emotional maturity, and values personal competence.
- appreciates the importance of the fine and performing arts.
- communicates and collaborates on a level that will facilitate the ability to work in the local community and globally.
- participates in service activities which result in a positive impact on the community.
- values lifelong learning and influences others to pursue education.