Principles and Motto
- Virtus means you should always pursue a Christian way of life, which considers social engagement and willingness to fulfil our responsibility in church, nation and society.
- Scientia requests every member of Unitas, to deal with other academic subjects than one’s own. It is a possibility to enhance ones general knowledge and to sharpen ones judgement for a better world.
- Amicitia characterises our effort to win friends for life by friendly behaviour with each other and responsibility and concern for each other.
The motto of W.K.St.V. Unitas Stolzenfels is:
In necessariis unitas, in dubiis libertas, in omnibus caritas
In necessity unanimity, in doubt liberty, but above all charity
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