Educating Men & Women to Become Exceptional and Socially Responsible Pharmacists MissionVisionValuesOver-arching Strategies To support the university’s mission, the mission of Regis University School of Pharmacy is to educate men and women to become exceptional and socially responsible pharmacists. We commit to the Jesuit tradition of values-centered education focusing on personal development and leadership in the service of others, including the underserved. Through our commitment to team-based education, we develop knowledgeable, skillful, and principled practitioners. Our learners excel in critical thinking and communication skills and are prepared to improve and transform health care in a global community. We are committed to community engagement, professional leadership, and scholarly activities that contribute to the advancement of pharmacy education, pharmaceutical sciences, and pharmacy practice. The School of Pharmacy’s vision is to educate graduates who will become leaders in the pharmacy profession, and who will excel in public service and interprofessional health care. We support this vision with faculty who excel in teaching, scholarship, and service, and by being the premier innovator in integrated team-based education. We hold the following core values: Integrity – Honesty, fairness, respect for individual worth Quality – Excellence, ability, reputation Initiative – Purpose, innovation, life-long learning Commitment – Justice, engagement, community Service – Spirituality, compassion, caring Leadership – Inspiration, collaboration, accomplishment We commit ourselves to: Prepare professionals able to practice effectively in a changing health care environment. Encourage exploration of ethical issues, spiritual dimensions, and cultural perspectives. Provide educational opportunities that facilitate learning, critical thinking and effective communication. Promote a student-centered learning environment that respects the unique needs of the individual. Cultivate the development of leadership skills in service of others. Collaborate with the broader community to meet current and anticipated health care needs. Foster respect for human diversity.