New Presidents Institute

Catholic Mission Institute for New Presidents
   Next webinar takes place on December 14, 2016!   


Relevant. Refreshing. Engaging. These words all describe the ACCU Institute for New Presidents. I had attended several similar workshops from other associations, but none compared to the ACCU program. It is a must for all new presidents of Catholic colleges and universities, both large and small.

Incredibly important to my education as a new president – I highly recommend it for future new presidents.

—Past Institute Participants


College and university presidents bear myriad responsibilities: fund raising, technology planning, government relations, and much more. At a Catholic institution, the president must also personify, articulate, and celebrate the Catholic identity of the campus – and weave it through every decision and interaction.

Join the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities Catholic Mission Institute for New Presidents and learn how to navigate these duties related to the faith-based identity of your university. The Institute is open to all presidents in the first two years of their presidency at a Catholic college or university. Throughout the Institute, past and current presidents will be available to serve as mentors to participants.

The new, redesigned Institute is a five-month program that includes:

  • Two one-hour webinars during the fall semester (November-December 2016)
  • A two-day in-person seminar, taking place immediately before the 2017 ACCU Annual Meeting in Washington, DC
  • Two one-hour webinars during the spring semester (February-March 2017)

Register now  for the 2017 gathering of presidents new to Catholic higher education. The first webinar takes place on November 10. Don't miss this unique opportunity


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