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Association for Biblical Higher Education (ABHE)

ABHE is the quality and credibility resource partner that connects efforts among Christian postsecondary educational institutions and with others invested in serious Bible learning that shapes a life of godly influence and service to the most effective means for maturing, thriving, and sustaining.

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Association for Clinical Pastoral Education (ACPE)

ACPE provides the highest quality CPE programs for spiritual care professionals of any faith and in any setting. The mission of ACPE is to positively affect people’s lives by nurturing connections to the sacred through experiential education and spiritual care. ACPE's vision is to create measurable and appreciable improvement in spiritual health that transforms people and communities in the US and across the globe.

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Association for College and University Religious Affairs (ACURA)

ACURA brings together professionals working in higher education to support pluralistic, inclusive approaches to claiming the role of religion, spirituality, and ethical identity in colleges and universities. Members include Deans, Directors, and Chaplains of various roles; large research universities and small liberal arts colleges; and leaders of a wide range of religious, spiritual, and ethical traditions.

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Association of Advanced Rabbinical and Talmudic Schools (AARTS)

AARTS Accreditation Commission is the association body responsible for accrediting Rabbinical and Talmudic schools in the United States. In the field of Rabbinical and Talmudic education, AARTS sees itself as both a gatekeeper and a historical authority. AARTS aims to hold traditional thought in a modern world through balance of the old and new.

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Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU)

ACCU serves as the collective voice of U.S. Catholic higher education. Through programs and services, ACCU strengthens and promotes the Catholic identity and mission of its member institutions so that all associated with Catholic higher education can contribute to the greater good of the world and the Church.

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Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)

ACSI exists to strengthen Christian schools and equip Christian educators worldwide as they prepare students academically and inspire them to become devoted followers of Jesus Christ. ACSI is committed to Biblical fidelity and prayer; Biblical foundation and focus on Jesus Christ; members ACSI serves; stewardship; diverse worldwide constituency; staff and their growth; and public engagement.

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Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU)

AJCU is a national organization that represents Jesuit higher education among its various constituencies, provides a forum for the exchange of information and experiences in Jesuit higher education, and encourages and facilitates collaborative initiatives among its member institutions. AJCU sponsors over 30 conferences, or affinity groups, for faculty, staff and administrators.

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Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities (APCU)

APCU is dedicated to helping each of our member institutions "seek its own way." To accomplish this, APCU: 1) Advocates the role higher education plays within the Presbyterian Church (USA); 2) Serves as a resource on market trends, church doctrine, and legislative activity; 3) Assists presidents and chaplains in the development of strategies; 4) Creates/maintains partnerships; and 5) Administers a range of programs and services that strengthen and distinguish member institutions.

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Association of Theological Schools (ATS)

ATS's mission is to promote the improvement and enhancement of theological schools to the benefit of communities of faith and the broader public. ATS seeks to implements its mission with attention to four key values: diversity, quality and improvement, collegiality, and leadership.

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Boston Theological Institute (BTI)

BTI is a consortium of theological schools/seminaries in the Boston area. BTI seeks to enrich each member school's mission, advance intentional collaboration, and share resources in order to advance interreligious and ecumenical learning; to strenghten teaching learning and research; to maximize the stewardship of resources; and to engage the member schools in building interreligious community.

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