Published on April 3, 2017  

When I asked him his major at Samford, he smiled and said "biology."  While acknowledging that biology is not the traditional gateway to the pursuit of a successful career as an architect, Mr. Holmes told me that he had never regretted the decision, and that the breadth and depth of his Samford education underscored the importance of our emphasis on a well-rounded liberal arts approach to learning.

The world is better because Samford's undergraduate programs prepare students for meaningful lives, and in ways which they might not have foreseen.