Vision Statement Dulles University was established in 2010 and draws its inspiration from the life-long contributions of John Foster Dulles, US statesman and visionary. His influence in designing and negotiating international agreements with governments around the globe had a major impact on the emergence of democracy and freedom of the peoples of the world. His accomplishments included serving as a Counsel of the U.S. delegation to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919. He received prominence as an international lawyer and also at various congresses in the interwar years. Notably, he was involved with the American Commission to Negotiate Peace Berlin Debt Conferences, and was special advisor at the Council of Foreign Ministers meetings in London, Moscow and Paris. He served as a delegate to the United Nations General Assembly (1945-49), and this was followed by his negotiation of a peace treaty with Japan in 1951. In 1951, President Dwight D. Eisenhower appointed Dulles as Secretary of State, and in 1954 on behalf of the United States he helped to organize The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) which included signatories from Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, France, Pakistan, Thailand and the Philippines. Dulles’ humanitarian contributions included being a tenure board chairman of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace as trustee of the Rockefeller Foundation and also as a founding member of the Council of Foreign Relations, among many other achievements. Dulles University finds inspiration in John Foster Dulles’ strong stand on international cooperation and excellence in negotiating fair and balanced agreements as a testimony to the importance of education and preparation of individuals for a fulfilling life. The University encourages its students to strive for similar excellence in their approach to education and life. Mission Dulles University is dedicated to the delivery of collegiate education in a manner that respects the dignity, worth and potential of each and every student. By creating an environment whereby knowledge is acquired and developed and where creative activities seek to enrich the experiences of the student to be prepared for a global society, the University prepares its students for a range of employment opportunities. An inherent part of the University’s mission is to develop good citizen leaders who are equipped to make positive contributions to the “common good of society”. Our coursework and personally designed practicums enable students to make the dream of higher education a reality through their strategic preparation for employment and the marketplace. We adhere to high standards and educational quality of established and recognized criteria, policies and excellence as required by national, regional and state accreditation and certification bodies. Our goals for students go “beyond the textbook” because our undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate degree programs are individually tailored to merge curriculum with business skills that offer new challenges, new responsibilities and new rewards for each student’s career. Currently, Dulles University’s Academic programs focus on business, information technologies and computer science, leading to the bachelor, master and doctoral degrees. This overall goal is achieved through the following learning skill sets and objectives: • We believe that utilizing expert faculty from our student’s chosen industry will provide important real-world expertise. In this way, we offer our students the latest skill sets and management systems in their planned profession. Dulles University goes beyond the traditional textbook and course syllabus. • We provide more than instruction in fundamentals of management by including real-life examples in case studies. Our faculty explores complex issues and their effective resolutions. • Students graduating from Dulles University will be better positioned to gain promotions and to be evaluated as among the top tier in the job applicant pool for entry or management level positions. • Students learn what to expect in a management position. We encourage one-on-one and group assertive role-playing with faculty members relative to specific job requirements. Institutional Objectives The University will: • Ensure that protecting the best interests of all students is a primary concern. • Evaluate student applicants on the basis of their individual qualifications and strive for inclusion of all members of society in the education process, regardless of age, culture and socioeconomic background. • Act ethically and respectfully in counseling, recruitment and enrollment practices. • Provide equal access and accurate admission information with a common set of admission related definitions and deadlines to all students. • Provide excellence in education through rigorous academic standards and implementation of a personalized approach to education through small classes and close relationships between faculty and students. • Support and enforce University policies. • Abide by local, state and federal laws regarding the treatment of students and confidential information. Non-Discrimination/Equal Employment Policy Racially Non-Discriminatory Policy per Rev. Proc. 75-50, Section 4.01. Dulles University admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at our school and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, and national or ethnic origin in administration of our educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. The University maintains a grievance procedure incorporating due process available to any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against. Inquiries concerning the grievance procedure or compliance with federal and commonwealth laws and guidelines should be addressed to the office of the President.
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