March 8, 2010
Megan Wilderotter is a senior guard for our women's basketball team (which is placed second in the SoCon tournament bracket, beginning late this week in Charlotte, North Carolina). She ranks in the top ten in the history of our program in games started, games played, assists, steals, and free throws made. By the way, she also maintains a 3.9 grade point average in exercise science. Last week she was notified that she is one of 13 student-athletes nationally to earn an NCAA Women's Postgraduate Scholarship.
The world is better because of Megan Wilderotter.
The mission of Samford University is to nurture persons in their development of intellect, creativity, faith, and personhood. As a Christian university, the community fosters academic, career, and ethical competency while encouraging social and civic responsibility, and service to others.
Our Core Values
The Samford community values lifelong:
- belief in God, the Creator of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, His only Son, our Lord.
- engagement with the life and teachings of Jesus.
- learning and responsible freedom of inquiry.
- personal empowerment, accountability, and responsibility.
- vocational success and civic engagement.
- spiritual growth and cultivation of physical well-being.
- integrity, honesty, and justice.
- appreciation for diverse cultures and convictions.
- stewardship of all resources.
- service to God, to family, to one another, and to the community.
Anchored in Christian understanding, Samford University will be a diverse community, stressing vigorous learning and personal faith, in the Baptist tradition. Within that commonality, the Community will be innovative in teaching, learning and research; sensitive to global issues; aggressive in self-assessment and continuous improvement. Faithful to its mission, Samford will be known and acknowledged worldwide by holding to its core values. The world will be better for it.