National Catholic Student Coalition
As collegiate student leaders in the United States of America, the National Catholic Student Coalition strives to empower students to further the mission of the Catholic Church through spiritual, educational and leadership opportunities.
NCSC strives to aid students to form their identity as Catholics and strengthen its role as the voice of Catholic collegians to the bishops, Church, and world at large. In order to open avenues for active leadership and participation of students in the Church, NCSC will enhance its partnership with its network of organizations. NCSC will improve its role in students’ transition through campus ministry.
The NCSC is…
- A Voice for Catholic students to the USCCB and the IMCS
- A Vision which calls college students to a stronger identity as Catholic leaders
- A Network connecting campus ministries through faith and leadership
- A Resource for student leaders in Catholic campus ministries
- A Partner with regional, national, and international associations whose missions are aligned with our own
The National Catholic Student Coalition is a partner with regional, national, and international associations whose missions are aligned with its own. Its partners include:
- Catholic Campus Ministry Association (CCMA)
- National Association of Diocesan Directors of Campus Ministry (NADDCM)
- United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
- International Movement of Catholic Students (IMCS) - Pax Romana
- International Young Catholic Students (IYCS)
- Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (CMICA) - Pax Romana
- Catholic Movement for Intellectual and Cultural Affairs (CMICA) USA - Pax Romana
The NCSC is divided into four regions. The West, Midwest, South, and Northeast. Each region has a color associated with it, those being yellow, blue, green, and red respectively. Each region has its own leadership team, headed by a regional chairperson who reports to the national team.
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