List of Catholic universities and colleges in the United States

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There are 197 US members of ACCU (Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities), as of 2014.[1] They make up a significant number within the whole amount of Catholic universities and colleges in the world.

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Adorers of the Blood of Christ[edit]

Assumptionists (Augustinians of the Assumption)[edit]

Augustinian (Order of Saint Augustine)[edit]

Basilian (Congregation of St. Basil)[edit]

Benedictine (Order of Saint Benedict)[edit]

Association of Benedictine Colleges and Universities

Brothers of Christian Instruction[edit]

Christian Brothers (Congregation of Christian Brothers)[edit]

Congregation of Sisters of St. Agnes[edit]

De La Salle Christian Brothers / Lasallian (Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools)[edit]

Diocesan[edit]

Dominican (Order of Preachers)[edit]

Edmundite (Society of Saint Edmund)[edit]

Franciscan[edit]

First Order of Saint Francis (Order of Friars Minor)[edit]

Second Order of Saint Francis (Poor Clares)[edit]

Third Order of Saint Francis[edit]

Grey Nuns[edit]

Holy Cross (Congregation of Holy Cross)[edit]

Jesuit (Society of Jesus)[edit]

Missionaries of the Precious Blood[edit]

Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus[edit]

Norbertine (Order of Canons Regular of Prémontré)[edit]

Oblates of St. Francis de Sales[edit]

Opus Dei[edit]

Pontifical[edit]

School Sisters of Notre Dame[edit]

Sinsinawa Dominican Sisters[edit]

Sisters of Charity[edit]

Sisters of Divine Providence (Congregation of Divine Providence)[edit]

Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth[edit]

Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary[edit]

Sisters of Mercy[edit]

Conference for Mercy Higher Education

Sisters of Notre Dame of Coesfeld[edit]

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur[edit]

Sisters of the Presentation of Mary[edit]

Sisters of Providence (Montreal)[edit]

Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods[edit]

Sisters of Saint Anne[edit]

Sisters of St. Joseph[edit]

Association of Colleges of Sisters of Saint Joseph

Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary[edit]

Society of the Holy Child Jesus[edit]

Society of Mary (Marianists)[edit]

Association of Marianist Universities

Spiritans (Congregation of the Holy Spirit)[edit]

Ursuline (Sisters of Mount Saint Joseph)[edit]

Vincentian (Congregation of the Mission)[edit]

Independent[edit]

Catholic dental schools[edit]

Catholic engineering schools[edit]

Catholic law schools[edit]

Catholic medical schools[edit]

Catholic medical residency programs[edit]

Catholic schools of professional psychology[edit]

Catholic Honor Society[edit]

Delta Epsilon Sigma is the official national scholastic honor society for students, faculty, and alumni of colleges and universities with a Catholic tradition.[2]

Formerly Catholic universities and colleges[edit]

Schools that have ended or renounced their affiliation with the Church:

Defunct Catholic universities and colleges[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Member List". Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. Retrieved 29 May 2014.
  2. ^ http://deltaepsilonsigma.org/