Vision, Mission, Strategic Goals, Core Values & Freedom of Expression

Vision

Dunwoody College of Technology seeks to emerge as a first-choice, nationally-recognized leader in technical education, providing a full college experience rooted in innovative education.

Mission

Dunwoody changes lives by building opportunities for graduates to have successful careers, to develop into leaders and entrepreneurs, and to engage in “the better performance of life’s duties.”

Quote is from the Last Will and Testament of William Hood Dunwoody.

Strategic Goals

  • Organic Growth
  • Innovative Growth through Distance Learning
  • Partnership Development and Management
  • Technology to Drive Success

Values

Inclusion

We are for everyone

Everyone has an opportunity to succeed. All voices and viewpoints matter – and deserve to be heard. We treat each other with respect. 

Collaboration

We do our best work together

We build connections and partnerships that develop our students and benefit our community. We show up every day with a renewed commitment to work together to meet the needs of others and fuel their success.

Inspiration

We inspire success

We help students succeed as they design, create, engineer, problem solve, repair, and build. Our number one priority is inspiring student success.

Curiosity

We turn curiosity into innovation

We transform problems into innovative solutions and questions into learning. We are always looking for ways to do and be better.

Freedom of Expression 

In accordance with its Mission, members of the Dunwoody community are expected to develop into leaders and entrepreneurs. This goal is often accomplished through normal activities of Dunwoody students, staff, faculty and administration while learning and working in an environment of Inclusion, Collaboration, Inspiration, and Curiosity.

Dunwoody strives to create an environment in which diverse opinions can be expressed and heard. Members of the Dunwoody community have the right to peacefully express their views and opinions, regardless of whether others may disagree, but not in such a way as to prevent the speaker’s freedom of expression or interfere with the college operation. Views expressed should not violate any of Dunwoody’s policies or values.