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April 29, 2009

ULM to present new, official creed at dedication April 30

The University of Louisiana at Monroe will present a vision of its guiding principles at the Creed Dedication Thursday, April 30, at 11 a.m. in the entry of the ULM Library. ULM students and President James Cofer will participate in the dedication ceremony.

The ULM Creed states, “We believe that students, faculty, and staff should Strive to strengthen the bonds between our University and community. Lead through service and learning. Be motivated to grow in intellect and integrity. ULM…Where learning makes a difference!”

The student body voted in favor of adopting it at the close of recent elections Feb. 5. The following campus representatives created the ULM Creed and introduced it to the university community:

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