GOAL ONE: Consistent with The City University of New York Board of Trustees’ policy, the College seeks to serve the Central Brooklyn community which is comprised of students with diverse educational, socioeconomic, political, cultural and national backgrounds.
GOAL TWO: The College seeks to provide students with the essential basic and academic knowledge and skills necessary for rigorous undergraduate study, entry into graduate and professional schools, and career advancement and to incorporate the experiential resources of students into their attainment of skills and knowledge and academic excellence.
GOAL THREE: The College seeks to improve students’ understanding of self, past and present societies, and future trends by providing its students with a liberal education which communicates the knowledge of tradition, the teachings of scholars, and the beauty and profundity of their cultural heritage.
GOAL FOUR: The College seeks to prepare students for leadership roles in a changing world, so that they and the College can be energizers or change-agents in the community.
GOAL FIVE: The College seeks to develop non-degree educational and co-curricular social, economic, and cultural programs which serve its students and a broad population of community residents.
GOAL SIX: The College seeks to fulfill its mission through active interaction with community representatives.
GOAL SEVEN: The College seeks to create a positive environment that provides opportunities for professional growth of all its employees and that permits freedom of thought and inquiry, the free exchange of ideas, and the pursuit and advancement of knowledge by faculty and students.
GOAL EIGHT: The College seeks to develop and maintain processes and procedures for coordination and oversight that ensure that standards of quality are met and that its Mission, Goals, and priorities are accomplished as effectively and efficiently as possible.