Education is a conversation, and the best conversations begin with real questions. The Quest curriculum is built around four questions that everyone confronts: what should matter to me? how should we live together? how can we understand the world? what will I do?
Our Unique Curriculum
Ursinus Quest: Open Questions Open Minds curriculum, a way of teaching—and a way of doing—that ensures you are thinking about what matters most and the impact you’ll have on the world.
Liberal education can be valuable for people in all phases of life, in all circumstances.
One mark of an educated person is to recognize that any
question where there’s something significant at stake is complicated—that there will be multiple perspectives on that question with varying degrees of legitimacy. And that there is no simple answer to any question.
Trying to get our students comfortable with complexity, and with being skeptical of simple-minded answers to complicated questions, is an enormously important project to which I think every institution of higher learning should be committed.
~ Andrew Delbanco, Teagle Foundation President