MISSION OF CATHOLIC HIGHER EDUCATION. What are the characteristics of Catholic Colleges and Universities?. Who We Are. More than 200 colleges and universities Fully accredited Serve over 720,000 students Liberal Arts core Large array of Graduate and Professional Programs
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What are the characteristics of Catholic Colleges and Universities?
More than 200 colleges and universities
We have been commissioned by religious congregations or bishops to:
All participate and share the vision and commitment:
1. Shared Christian Vision and Goals
2. Reflection in the Light of Faith
3. Fidelity to tradition
4. Commitment to service
Not only the faith of individuals but a way of looking at human existence based on:
Meaning of human life in relation to:
The vision needs to be studied and lived…
Catholic tradition is broad including:
Catholic tradition is evolving— held together by:
The link with the Church is not a cutting off from the world but an opening to the world…
Beyond accumulation of knowledge to:
Catholic means commitment to:
200+ colleges and universities linked to an International Federation of 500+ Catholic Universities.
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Richard A. Yanikoski, PhD, President/CEO
Michael Galligan-Stierle, PhD, Vice President
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