The Association of Episcopal Colleges’ annual meeting will be held on campus Thursday, Nov. 21 and Friday, Nov. 22.
The Association of Episcopal Colleges is a consortium of colleges with historic and present ties to the Episcopal Church. Founded in 1962 and with headquarters in the Episcopal Church Center in New York, the Association is committed to supporting academic excellence and linking faith and values with learning and service.
Each year, the Association meets to discuss various ways to strengthen ties with universities, generate recruitment, and discuss ways to incorporate a range of tactics. The location of the meeting changes year to year.
Following the meetings, the group will embark on a campus tour, followed by the Eucharist in the chapel, dinner at the President’s House and attend a talk by President’s Forum speaker, Dr. Cleveland Sellers at 7:30 p.m. in the Vandervort Room for a presentation titled, “Freedom is a Constant Struggle!”