Who we are. What we do. Why we do it.
These are some of the most powerful reasons why we do these things. Your client doesn’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. Even if you can write 1000 words per hour, it would still take guts to start writng. Most people will not even try, even if it means they won’t get the chance, many are still afraid of failure. At ASEACCU we step up to the challenge. We dare go where no one goes. Instead of just following norms, we set our own standards of professionalism. We redefine ambition and sacrifice. This is the way Jesus did it, and this is the way we’ll be doing it. Through servant leadership, faith and hard-work, we aim to change the world.
The purpose of the organization is to promote Catholic higher education and to be a support for the local Churches. ASEACCU also aims to contribute to educational dialog on an international level beyond the Southeast and East Asian region.
For more information about previous ASEACCU Conferences, please visit Nanzan University‘s ASEACCU web page.
26th ASEACCU CONFERENCE 2018
The 26th ASEACCU Conference will be held at and hosted by the Elisabeth University of Music with the theme, “Catholic Education and Peace Initiatives”. The Student Program will be on August 21-26, 2018 while the Faculty Program is on August 23-26, 2018. The official invitation shall be sent to member institutions by the host university […]
Inclusive Education at the Heart of Catholic Colleges and Universities
The Faculty & Staff Conference was held from August 24-27, 2017. Rev. Fr. Joseph Maier and Dr. Dianne Chambers were invited as keynote speakers. Rev. Fr. Maier discussed matters pertaining to the child as the center of academic, charitable, and mission services while Dr. Chambers illustrated the definition of Inclusive Education through her research and […]
A Fresh Take on Campus Ministry
The first ever Campus Ministry workshop was held from August 22-24, 2017. Thirty one campus ministers from ASEACCU member institutions took part in the workshop. Brother Amnuay Yoonprayong, a Montforian priest and the Vice President for Moral Development Education and Director of the St. John Paul II Center for Social Catholic Thought, Assumption University, facilitated […]
Student Camp: Physical Challenges and Limitations as a Source of Inspiration
Student Camp: Physical Challenges and Limitations as a Source of Inspiration Seventy four students from ASEACCU member institutions participated in the student camp. The student participants visited the Father Ray Foundation which is situated in Pattaya City in Chonburri which gave them the opportunity to see how Father Ray and his team carry out their […]
Speakers’ Presentations – 25th ASEACCU Conference 2017
“Catholic Universities and Inclusive Education: Transforming Spaces, Promoting Practices, Changing Minds” Keynote Presentation University of Notre Dame Australia Inclusion in Education Assoc. Prof. Dianne Chambers, University of Notre Dame Australia Resource Presentations Atma Jaya Catholic University of Indonesia, Jakarta Practices and Challenges of Inclusive Education In Indonesian Higher Education Clara R.P. Ajisuksmo, Faculty of Psychology […]
NEW INSTITUTIONS JOIN ASEACCU
Japan Kagoshima Immaculate Heart which is located at 2365 Amatatsu-cho, Satsumasendai-city, Kagoshima 895-0111, Sendai Shirayuri Women’s College at 6-1 Honda-cho, Izumi-ku, Sendai-city, Miyagi 981-3107, St. Catherine University at 660 Hojo, Matsuyama-city, Ehime 799-2496, and St. Mary’s College at 422 Tsubuku-honmachi, Kurume, Fukuoka 30-8558, are four (4) of the new higher education institutions that joined ASEACCU. Respectively, […]