The Foundation enjoys affiliations with:
Department for Continuing Education (OUDCE)
Formalized in 1994, the Foundation’s affiliation with Oxford University allows students at the Foundation the opportunity to complete part or all of their graduate studies during the Oxford Theology Summer School of the OUDCE hosted at Christ Church College, Oxford. Click here for program details.
For the past two decades, the Foundation has enjoyed an affiliation with the Centro Pro Unione in Rome, an ecumenical institution engaged in education. The Centro is also the ecumenical repository of all documents generated by the Vatican and the World Council of Churches. The Rev. Fr. James Puglisi, SA, is Director of the Centro Pro Unione. He is also Minister General of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement and teaches at the Angelicum. At the Foundation, he is Cardinal Spellman Professor of Catholic Theology. Click here for program details.
P.R.I.M.E. (Partnering Resources in Ministry Education)
This special type of affiliation allows students to earn their degree from the Foundation by completing all or most required coursework through a P.R.I.M.E. affiliate. Institutions designated as P.R.I.M.E. provide specialized curricula for specific degree concentrations in programs such as the Doctor of Ministry, Doctor of Psychology and others. At P.R.I.M.E. institutions, Foundation students may complete all or most of their Unit of Study requirements for their degree programs. The following institutions and organizations have been invited to participate in the Foundation’s P.R.I.M.E. program. They have been selected on the strength of their educational programs and quality of training faculty. To this distinguished roster of P.R.I.M.E. institutions, other institutions and programs are periodically added based on the Foundation’s ongoing assessment of educational training opportunities relevant to our students. Those institutions have the advantage, by virtue of their affiliation with the Foundation, of offering their training for the Foundation’s degree programs in their own facilities.