College of Inquiry

Mission Statement: 

The College of Inquiry stands as a beacon of intellectual exploration and societal advancement, driven by the profound belief that the power of the mind holds the key to addressing the myriad challenges facing communities. By cultivating a culture of inquiry and critical thinking, the College empowers its students to transcend conventional boundaries and extract valuable insights from the rich tapestry of human experience. Armed with the tools of reason and analysis, these students embark on a journey of discovery, harnessing the potential of their intellects to chart new territories of understanding and innovation.

At the heart of the College's mission lies a commitment to bridging the gap between theory and practice, theory and reality. This ethos finds expression in the Guild of Inquiry, a dynamic entity comprising the Division of Thought and the Division of Reality. While the Division of Thought delves into the abstract realms of conceptual frameworks and theoretical paradigms, the Division of Reality grapples with the practical manifestations of these ideas, applying empirical methods and real-world interventions to effect meaningful change. Together, these divisions form a symbiotic partnership, leveraging the complementary strengths of theoretical insight and practical application to navigate the complex landscape of community problems and push the boundaries of what is possible.

Academics Covered

The College of Inquiry exists to facilitate solutions to all community  problems through tools of the mind. The College of Inquiry empowers  students to extract knowledge from the world around them and trains  them to reason powerfully, so that new insights can be generated.  Community members rely on the College of Inquiry to map the  boundaries of what is possible. The Guild of Inquiry is composed of the  Division of Thought and the Division of Reality.  


Logical Reasoning: Developing skills in logical thinking, deductive and  inductive reasoning, and problem-solving techniques. Quantitative  Analysis: Applying mathematical concepts and methods to analyze  data, make predictions, and evaluate the feasibility of solutions.  


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Social Studies: 

The College of Inquiry includes the Division of Thought and the Division of Reality

Division of Thought Manifesto

Mission Statement:
The Division of Thought exists to cultivate deductive insights into today’s problems. The Division of Thought empowers students and community members to derive and understand new methods of overcoming contemporary challenges, as well as illuminating the ideas discovered by generations prior.

The Division of Thought empowers community members to generate insights by reducing problems to their core. The Division of Thought uses trans-disciplinary reasoning to generate new solutions from old ones as well as from the problem itself.

Division of Reality Manifesto

Mission Statement:
The Division of Reality exists to uncover new knowledge through directed observation. Students of the Division of Reality solve community problems through iterative improvement, experimentation with models, and feedback mechanisms.

The Division of Reality teaches methods used by scientists in a variety of disciplines and applies an empirical rigor to modern day problems.