Knox students succeed because they have learned to takeresponsibility for their own education.
Having the freedom to flourish and choosing your own path toward a degree helps you develop into an independent thinker, a persuasive communicator, an effective problem-solver, and an expert in your field who can see beyond its boundaries -- someone whose voice matters and who can make a difference in the world.
In fact, the creative, analytical, interpersonal, and leadership skills that define a Knox education are endlessly applicable in your future. Through an array of internships, independent study projects, and other experiential learning opportunities, you'll learn how to apply those skills in "real world" situations.
That means you'll enter the research lab, the law school, the business start-up, the theatre stage, or the graduate seminar already knowing what it's like, because you've already been there.