1. To offer an adequate program of theological study and formation that is designed to provide knowledge and competence in scripture, theology, spirituality, and gender studies based on critical thinking, sustained by a constant search for truth, and manifested through research and other opportunities for personal, professional and pastoral growth;
2. To nurture a holistic spirituality that deepens the IFRS community’s relationship with God, with the neighbor, and with all of creation, and is relevant and responsive to the needs of the times, locally and globally; and
3. To enhance the holistic development of the students by undertaking academic and co-curricular activities that provide transformational, contextual, integrated and inclusive formation oriented towards a more relevant ministry and mission, wherever the student may be sent.