- Vision-Mission and Goals
- Core Values
- Graduate Attributes
The University of the Assumption an Archdiocesan Catholic Educational Institution envisions itself as the leading formator of academically competent, morally upright, and socially responsible Catholic leaders.
The University of the Assumption commits itself to the integral development of Catholic leaders through academic excellence, Christian formation, and community service.
The University of the Assumption seeks to:
- develop living witnesses of Gospel values through religious instruction, liturgical celebrations, prayer services, and community activities within the immediate community in Pampanga and in the country.
- provide an educational milieu among all members where they pursue excellence in the arts and sciences leading to intellectual inquiry, reflective judgment and resolute action;
- promote a strong sense of responsibility among the members to enable them to respond, to initiate and participate in the social transformation of families, communities and nations.
Thus, the University of the Assumption continuously provides society with competent and ethical professionals for meaningful leadership roles in cultural, economic, and technological growth.
The University is guided by seven (7) core values in its academic and non-curricular programs and work ethos to form Catholic Leaders who possess the Assumption “attributes”.
The Assumption graduate attributes represent the target outcomes or the expected characteristics that every Assumptionist should manifest during and after being formed and educated at UA. Expressed in more specific terms, the attributes serve to clearly convey to students the standards with which to gauge their success and that of the institution in effecting quality education that is uniquely Assumption. These attributes are consciously integrated in day to day instruction.
The ideal UA graduates are: