The Value of the Liberal Arts

After four years of liberal arts and interdisciplinary classes, each student emerges as a diverse thinker, detailed analyzer, proficient communicator, and accomplished researcher—attaining the lifetime skills necessary to discuss life’s important questions, address human problems, push the limits on the human potential, and persevere with a sense of global responsibility.

Beyond graduation, we want our alumni to take their stories into their businesses, schools, organizations, and communities. We want them to develop further as servant leaders in their careers and callings. And we want them to use their Christian education to disciple others and share Christ’s redemptive love and truth with a world in need.

Because Taylor students embody these principles, they are sought after by both employers and graduate schools. With an overall placement rate of 97%, we believe our integrated approach to Christian liberal arts academics works.