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.

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Compass Points

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Easter 2024 Compass Points

Inside this Issue:
  • Peacekeeping Joins the Curriculum
  • India's Lilian Jasper Explores the Forest
  • Service-Learning Breaks New Records
  • New Leaders Around the Globe

 

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Former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, on Anglican higher education:

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Occasional Papers

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

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Safeguarding at Anglican Colleges and Universities

Safeguarding at Anglican Colleges and Universities

Respect for the inherent dignity of the whole person:  A fundamental Christian insight, upheld by Anglican tradition, is that human beings are made in the image of God.  Therefore, everyone will be treated with dignity as we seek the formation of whole persons on safe campuses, where children and vulnerable adults are protected from abuse and exploitation. (From CUAC's Identity and Character Declaration)

CUAC's Safeguarding Contact is:

The Rt Revd Martin Wharton, Bishop of New Castle, retired

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The Identity and Character of Anglican Higher Education Institutions: A Declaration of Ideals

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  • What is at the core of Anglican colleges and universities and what makes them distinctive?  The CUAC board started its Strategic Planning by crafting a declaration of the values that distinguish Anglican higher education.  It was presented to the members at the Chennai Triennial in January 2017 and is now before members and regional chapters for reflection and implantation.  In May they were adopted by the General Synod of the Episcopal Church in the Philippines, for example, as a model for all their church colleges and schools.
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Dr Rowan Williams Annual CUAC Lecture

CUAC_Rowan _Williams _Lecture _2017The 2017 Dr Rowan Williams CUAC Lecture, was delivered by Dr. Mike Higton Professor, Dept. of Theology and Religion, Durham University, U.K. His lecture was titled: Discovering Virtue: How to be good in Higher Education

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