2 maggio 2024



The vision of an organization consists in the clarification of the highest goals that it aims to achieve: it acts on the future, summarizes “what it intends to offer to its interlocutors by interpreting their aspirations”, then sets objectives and designs – in summary – a prediction.

Making the teachings of San Gregorio Barbarigo its own, the “Gregorianum” university college aspires to be a space, aimed at promoting that living education, also cited in its motto, in which academic knowledge is enriched by transversal skills, inspired by Christian values, for a harmonious development of the person, aimed at building a just society, through testimony and dialogue.


The mission of an organization translates into practical concepts the most appropriate way to realize its vision: it acts in the present and takes into account the current context in which it operates. It must therefore express the distinctive elements of its action, the peculiarities that allow it to differentiate its proposal compared to other players on the market (at a given moment).

In order to achieve an integral education of the person, the “Gregorianum” University College of Padua promotes:

  • hospitality to its students accompanied by all those services that make the college an ideal space for study and university life: residential living is understood as a prerequisite for the educational proposal;
  • both academic and personal support included in a personalized project for each student that helps them achieve the results best suited to their aspirations;
    integrative and complementary training activities compared to academic training to stimulate the achievement of transversal skills;
  • participation in community life by encouraging cultural, sporting and recreational activities proposed by students;
  • an international perspective, thanks to the co-presence of foreign students and initiatives aimed at encouraging student mobility and cultural exchanges
    the spiritual proposal aimed at both Christian students and those of other religions, in a dimension of listening to one’s conscience and broadening the horizon of meaning, typical of every human research activity.