How do directors of mission and identity at the 28 Jesuit institutions of higher education in the United States perceive campus culture? This article reports the findings of a survey of 27 chief administrators responsible for mission and identity and seeks to use the data obtained to identify similarities and differences in advancing mission and identity between Jesuit higher education and the Walt Disney Company. Based on the survey results, suggestions are made to enhance mission and identity programming, hiring and orientation practices, and the campus culture at Jesuit institutions of higher education. Part One of this study was published as An Ignatian Analysis of the Walt Disney Company: Lessons for Jesuit Higher Education (Caruso, 2002) in Volume 5, Number 3.
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Caruso, M. P. (2002). An Ignatian Analysis of the Walt Disney Company: Lessons for Jesuit Higher Education (Part II). Journal of Catholic Education, 5 (4). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol5/iss4/4