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I Am Miami

The code of love and honor, who we are and who we aspire to be

Beyond its place in our beloved Fight Song ("Love and Honor to Miami…") and its use as a greeting among Miamians around the world, Love and Honor is a personalized pledge derived from our Values Statement.

Code of Love and Honor

I Am Miami.

I believe that a liberal education is grounded in qualities of character and intellect.

I stand for honesty, integrity, and the importance of moral conduct.

I respect the dignity, rights, and property of others and their right to hold and express disparate beliefs.

I defend the freedom of inquiry that is the heart of learning.

I exercise good judgment and believe in personal responsibility.

I welcome a diversity of people, ideas, and experiences.

I embrace the spirit, academic rigor, opportunities, and challenges of a Miami Experience, preparing me to make the world a better place.

I demonstrate Love and Honor by supporting and caring for my fellow Miamians.

And because I Am Miami,

I act through my words and deeds in ways that reflect these values and beliefs.

With a deep sense of accomplishment and gratitude,

I will Love, Honor, and make proud those who help me earn the joy and privilege of saying,

"To think that in such a place, I led such a life."

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Is something on your mind? Dr. Crawford invites faculty and staff to share questions, ideas, or concerns pertaining to the Miami community.

Responses may appear in his monthly column in the Miami Matters faculty/staff newsletter or during his public remarks.