Colleges & Universities of the Anglican Communion

The Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion (CUAC) is a world-wide network of Anglican colleges and universities which exists for the mutual flourishing of its members through engaging with each other, their society, and their churches, as they seek to enable their students and faculties to become active and responsive citizens in God’s world.

This global association comprises over 131 institutions of higher education on six continents that were founded by and retain ties to a branch of the Anglican Communion.  Along with its predecessor, the Association of Episcopal Colleges (AEC), comprised of colleges with ties to The Episcopal Church, CUAC is committed to promoting cross-cultural contacts and educational programs.

Occasional Papers

Cuac Occasional Papers

A joint publication of Whitelands College, University of Roehampton, London, UK, and CUAC (Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion)

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Current CUAC Newsletter

Compass Points February 2016

  • Canterbury chaplain Jeremy Law named CUAC’s first ‘distinguished fellow’
  • Triennial 2017 prospectus
  • Kevin Rudd On Faith, Ethics and Climate Change
  • Worshipping Visually, Across the Globe
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2016-17 Episcopal Colleges Scholarships Announced

AEC LogoFor high school seniors graduating in spring 2016 from member schools of the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES)

The Rev’d Canon James G. Callaway, D.D., General Secretary of the Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion (CUAC) and the Association of Episcopal Colleges (AEC), announces the 2016-17 Episcopal Colleges William Randolph Hearst Service Learning Scholarships, sponsored by AEC in collaboration with the National Association of Episcopal Schools (NAES). Up to two $10,000 scholarships will be awarded to high school seniors graduating in 2016 and matriculating at an Episcopal college...More

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CUAC Conference 17th & 18th June 2016

The Elephant in the Room: Anglicanism’s Response to Secularism 

Guest speakers:

  • Richard Clarke, Archbishop ofArmagh.
  • Frances Ward, Dean of St Edmundsbury.
  • Canon Professor Paul Avis.
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Dr Rowan Williams Annual CUAC Lecture

The Hon Kevin Rudd speaks on ‘Otherness: Reflections on Church, State and Learning Communities’.

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