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Vision & Mission Statements

Vision

Folsom Lake College inspires excellence and provides educational opportunities to enrich and empower students.

Mission

Folsom Lake College, an open access institution, serves the diverse communities of eastern Sacramento and western El Dorado counties, cultivating in its students the ability to think critically, and to communicate purposefully and persuasively so that they may be engaged and informed global citizens.

In order to engender such citizenship, Folsom Lake College provides:

Programs:
Rigorous academic programs for completion and transfer; training to enhance employment and career skills; preparatory programs for student success; and opportunities for lifelong learning and enrichment.

Support Services:
Comprehensive support services to promote the success of all students.

Opportunities:
Opportunities for leadership; professional development; and involvement in the college and community.

Environment:
A collaborative and innovative environment that promotes personal interaction as the foundation of learning; honors diversity; cultivates sustainability; and encourages civic engagement.

Approved by the LRCCD Board of Trustees on June 11, 2014.

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