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Mission Statement

Ikeda Library Mission Statement

The mission of the Daisaku and Kaneko Ikeda Library at Soka University of America (SUA) is to offer student-centered library services in support of SUA's mission. The Ikeda Library strives to meet the information needs of the SUA community by 
1.) Disseminating academic resources that support the programs and courses at SUA, 
2.) Providing personal reference services and information literacy instruction, and by 
3.) Offering a functional space for students to read and study comfortably.

Soka University of America Mission Statement

The mission of Soka University of America is to foster a steady stream of global citizens committed to living a contributive life.

University Mottos

  •  Be philosophers of a renaissance of life.
  •  Be world citizens in solidarity for peace.
  •  Be the pioneers of a global civilization.

University Principles

  •  Foster leaders of culture in the community.
  •  Foster leaders of humanism in society.
  •  Foster leaders of pacifism in the world.
  •  Foster leaders for the creative coexistence of nature and humanity.

Soka University of America Values

Soka University is founded upon the Buddhist principles of peace, human rights, and the sanctity of life. Educational objectives are fostered at the university through the commitment to rigorous academic endeavors, free and open dialogue, and an appreciation for human diversity. In the Buddhist view, education is an integrating process in which students gain an awareness of the interdependence of themselves, others, and the environment. Wisdom, courage, and compassion – values treasured by the university – do not exist in isolation. They emerge in individuals as they learn the importance of service to others, to the natural world around them, and to the great cause of peace and freedom.

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