The New American Colleges and Universities is a national consortium of selective, small to mid-size independent colleges and universities dedicated to the purposeful integration of liberal education, professional studies, and civic engagement.
| Belmont University | California Lutheran University | Calvin College | Drury University | Florida Southern College | Hamline University | Hampton University | John Carroll University | Manhattan College | Nazareth College | North Central College | Ohio Northern University | Pacific Lutheran University | Queens University of Charlotte | Roger Williams University | St. Edward's University | The Sage Colleges | The University of Scranton | Tuskegee University | University of Evansville | University of La Verne | University of New Haven | Valparaiso University | Wagner College |
Sean Creighton began as NAC&U’s president on Monday, March 4, 2019. Learn about his background, connection to Ernest Boyer and why fellow Ohioans may…Read MoreContinue reading "Meet NAC&U President Sean Creighton"
Last year NAC&U launched the Collaboration, Growth, and Innovation (CGI) program to foster inter-institutional collaboration among faculty and staff. The idea behind this program,…Read MoreContinue reading "CGI Grants Promote Inter-Institutional Collaboration for NAC&U Members"
Members throughout the NAC&U consortium gathered in Atlanta at the AAC&U Annual Meeting to celebrate the 9th Annual Boyer Award presentation and lecture, share…Read MoreContinue reading "NAC&U Members Share Best Practices, Honor Boyer Award Recipient"
Daniel G. Lugo, J.D., a distinguished higher education professional and inspirational leader known for innovative resource development at some of the nation’s most…Read MoreContinue reading "Queens University Names Daniel Lugo as its Next President"
The New American Colleges and Universities (NAC&U) welcomes Tuskegee University in Tuskegee, Ala., as its newest member. Tuskegee University’s mission mirrors that of NAC&U…Read MoreContinue reading "NAC&U Welcomes Tuskegee University as its Newest Member"