Mitchell Ability Model
We’ve recreated our academic model to give you the tools to crush it out there in our rapidly changing world — to reinvent yourself limitlessly throughout your career and life. Teaching adaptability is the cornerstone of the Mitchell Ability Model, and it’s this adaptability that will give you the edge… in your future employability and in leading a fully engaged life.
As a Mitchell Mariner, you get a college education that will transcend the trends.
Why teach adaptability?
Very simply, the jobs of the future have yet to be created. Mitchell College teaches the ability to be flexible, capable and adaptable in the face of rapid change. Students tailor their education to their strengths, interests and academic goals and learn 7 essential abilities they will need to adapt to live and work to their potential:
The Student Journey
The student journey at Mitchell is all about transitioning:
Into college through:
First Year Experience for freshman + the optional Mystic Program for additional social support.
Thames at Mitchell – the only program in the country that supports the transition to college on a college campus, with deeper individualized academic and social support for students with learning differences and those seeking additional college preparation
Seamless Transfer Experience where we personally recruit students into an educational environment that meets their specific needs
Through college with:
- Our signature success network led by a centralized advising team to help students navigate the complete college experience, and find the support and challenge needed along the way + optional Bentsen Learning Center support for students with learning differences and/or ADHD.
Out of college through:
- A pioneering career immersion model that links coursework to career work, from the first day on campus, through practical experiences with over 40 local partners.
To add even more flexibility, students may add in up to 3 MiniMester concentrated sessions—January, May and June.
Learning a core with room to explore.
Students learn core information about a field of endeavor—Behavioral and Social Sciences; Business, Communication and Education; the Sciences—with room to explore other interests while building skills through courses and career experience from day one.