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The Collegium Augustinianum is an international research institute and graduate school of philosophy and theology in the Augustinian tradition. Established in 1999 in Paris, France, its College of Fellows include some of the world's leading scholars in the thought of St. Augustine of Hippo and the Augustinian tradition. The Collegium Augustinianum research institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was established in 2006, which offers library privileges to a special collection of ancient and medieval manuscripts available for residential fellows, students and visiting scholars. The Collegium Augustinianum Graduate School of Philosophy and Theology was founded in 2012 in Orlando, Florida (USA) as an independent Catholic and Ecumenical institution. The graduate school offers research degrees in philosophy, theology, Christian Humanities and Medieval Christian palaeography, including the S.Th.D., Ph.D., S.Th.M., Ph.M. and the Ph.B.
The Collegium Augustinianum is dedicated to the thought of Augustine of Hippo, the Augustinian tradition and Augustine's influence on medieval, modern and contemporary thinkers, and especially on existentialism and phenomenology. Some of its distinguished fellows include Thomas D. Carroll, Craig J. N. de Paulo, Patrick A. Messina, Roland J. Teske, S.J., Tarcisius J. Van Bavel, O.S.A.(deceased) and Frederick Van Fleteren, current Chair of St. Augustine.
Notable honorary degree recipients 
- Hans Küng, Catholic priest, theologian (Doctor Divinitatis, honoris causa)
- Carlo Maria Martini, S.J., Catholic Cardinal-Archbishop Emeritus of Milan, scripture scholar (Doctor Divinitatis, honoris causa)
- Rodney R. Michel, Anglican bishop (Doctor Divinitatis, honoris causa), current Chancellor of the Collegium Augustinianum
- Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury, Anglican theologian (Doctor Divinitatis, honoris causa)