“I am, indeed, a king, because I know how to rule myself”-
Pietro Aretino (1492 – 1556, Italian author, playwright and poet).

Here in Landmark University, the Proprietor base’ tangible consciousness of the royalty status of our students, and the unchangeable belief that no king reigns successfully without being able to first subject himself to self-discipline; is the platform for the Directorate’s drive for discipline.

Since the University is poised to raise disciplined young men and women who will provide outstanding solutions to the myriad of challenges that the world is confronted by; our students, who are fondly referred to as Kings and Queens are taken through the rudiments of understanding the Vision, Mission, Core Values and Founding Philosophy of the University during their Orientation programmes.

Here they are schooled on their privileges, rights and boundaries, as well as how to make correct decisions; so as not to be swept away by the tides of the disciplinary actions that are usually meted out to those who err.

Disciplinary measures, ranging from warning to outright expulsion from the University are meted out to violators depending on the gravity and frequency of their violations; both as corrective measures to violators, as well as to serve as deterrent to other students.

The Rules and Regulations guiding students’ conducts (as highlighted in the Student handbook) are usually referred to as “Royal Laws”, and are crafted from the University’s Core Values of Spirituality, Integrity, Possibility Mentality, Capacity Building, Responsibility (which houses the virtues of Accountability and Discipline), Diligence and Sacrifice.

Drawing from Frank Herbert (1920 - 1986)’s,to seek freedom makes a man a captive of his desire. However, those who seek discipline will invariably find their liberty. Our students are therefore encouraged to opt for liberty, as they subject themselves, and are also subjected to high standards of discipline.