Menlo College's size, and its location in one of the world's most entrepreneurial and innovative geographical areas, is enabling the College to create a valuable market niche for itself locally—as well as globally—as Silicon Valley's Business School. And, as the Silicon Valley continues its historic role as a global pioneer in business and industry, Menlo College will develop graduates who are entrepreneurial, innovative, critical thinkers, strategic communicators and team players—men and women who can envision, flourish and lead in a constantly changing global environment.
Understanding different ideas and individuals; treating all people with fairness and equity; developing the full potential in each person; supporting a range of teaching and learning styles; considering one’s responsibilities to others; protecting the local and global environment; continually improving the educational process—that’s the Menlo Advantage.
Menlo College Mission Statement
Menlo College's mission is to develop future leaders through a liberal arts-based business education that integrates academic study and fieldwork in a Silicon Valley environment unmatched in its potential for innovation.
School of Business Vision and Mission Statements
Menlo College's School of Business aspires to be Silicon Valley's Business School. The School of Business will achieve a reputation as one of the preeminent small, private, business management programs in the United States.
Menlo College's School of Business mission is to provide quality business education programs that reflect the entrepreneurial and innovative spirit of our Silicon Valley location. We will achieve our mission by:
- Preparing our students for knowledge work in the global economy;
- Educating the next generation of business leaders to be ethically responsible;
- Bridging business theory and practice in our instruction and scholarship;
- Partnering with the business community to develop applied programs in business that include field experiences and internships; and
- Encouraging faculty members to engage in scholarly activities that emphasize contributions to practice, along with work to advance learning and pedagogical development and discipline-based scholarship.