The Council for Jesuit Mission encourages and supports the development of programs that promote the mission, vision and core values of the University, in particular the first goal articulated in the USF 2028 Plan on USF's Jesuit Catholic character.

The core mission of the University of San Francisco is to promote learning in the Jesuit Catholic tradition. In this tradition, education aims at fully developing every dimension of a person’s humanity—intellectual, moral, social, religious and aesthetic—so that our graduates, in addition to mastering a requisite body of knowledge, think clearly, analyze critically and communicate effectively, evidence a disciplined sensitivity to human suffering, construct lives of purpose and meaning and work effectively with persons of varying background and cultures for the common good.
- USF 2028 Planning Document
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