It's that time of year again! The class of 2022 has arrived on Jesuit campuses across the country, ready to begin the next four years of their lives. Several schools are welcoming their largest and most academically talented freshman classes, while several are also welcoming new presidents! Click here for highlights from move-in week, including videos and photos of the newest Jesuit-educated students. Above: Photo courtesy of the University of Detroit Mercy.


What does it mean to be Jesuit educated? Hear what students from Jesuit colleges and universities across the country have to say in our new video series, available on YouTube! Visit to learn more about the nation's 28 Jesuit colleges and universities.

Connections: The Online Magazine for Jesuit Colleges and Universities

The September 2018 issue of Connections highlights ways that Jesuit institutions are responding to the migration crisis. Visit to learn more.


AJCU Higher Ed News is a weekly e-newsletter featuring the latest news from Jesuit campuses and organizations.

Mission & Identity

The distinctiveness of a Jesuit education stems from its deep-rooted history and a mission grounded in faith and intellectual rigor. Since its beginnings in 1548, when the first Jesuit institution opened its doors in Messina, Sicily, Jesuit higher education remains committed to academic excellence, service, leadership and caring for the whole person. Click here to learn more about Jesuit mission and identity through our publications, videos and links to related websites.

A Commitment to SOCIAL JUSTICE

Our institutions are committed to the pursuit of social justice, and teaching students how to become men and women for and with others. Learn more about AJCU's commitment to justice through our Federal Relations activities: Visit