Association Of Jesuit Colleges and Universities

Jesuit Network

As a Boler College of Business student, you have access to hundreds of Jesuit colleges and universities around the United States and abroad, and thousands of potential peers and collaborators.

The Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities (AJCU) is a national organization that links 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States and some 189 Jesuit institutions of higher learning throughout the world.

The AJCU Study Abroad Consortium is comprised of Jesuit institutions that have agreed to share study-abroad programs to offer students more opportunities to study outside the United States. The “basket” of programs featured in the table below are open to students from all U.S. Jesuit institutions:

Jesuit MBA Network

Professionals enrolled in an MBA program at any of the 27 AACSB-accredited Jesuit and three additional Catholic institutions worldwide within the Jesuit MBA Network can continue the pursuit of their degree uninterrupted if they find themselves transferred — either temporarily or permanently.

To take advantage of the benefits of the Jesuit MBA Network, a student must be in good academic standing with his or her original institution and must apply to an in-network institution that is a minimum of 50 miles from the original institution. A student must also meet all admission requirements of the new institution if transferring.

Jesuit MBA Network Benefits

Through the Jesuit MBA Transfer Agreement, the Jesuit Network offers the ultimate flexibility. In today’s global economy, relocations and transfers are commonplace. The Jesuit MBA Network allows for maximum flexibility so that you’re able to minimize stress and worry and focus on what’s important — maintaining your career and completing your education.

  • Maximum Credit Transfer as a Transfer Student: While most schools only allow a few credits from other institutions to count towards degree requirements, within the Jesuit MBA Network all credits that are applicable to the curriculum and academic requirements of the receiving institution are awarded to accepted students.
  • Complete Your Coursework as a Visiting Student: Complete your degree at your original institution by enrolling in approved online or on campus courses at another in-network institution.
  • Study Abroad Opportunities: Leverage the worldwide Jesuit MBA Network to take advantage of study abroad opportunities in locations across the globe.
  • Shared Resources: Through the personal attention of administrators in the Jesuit MBA Network, you have access to a catalog of courses and opportunities unlike any other in higher education.


John Carroll University is one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States.

1789Georgetown UniversityWashington, D.C.
1818Saint Louis UniversitySt. Louis, MO
1830Spring Hill CollegeMobile, AL
1831Xavier UnivesityCincinnati, OH
1841Fordham UniversityNew York City, New York
1843College of the Holy CrossWorcester, MA
1851Saint Joseph’s UniversityPhiladelphia, PA
1851Santa Clara UniversitySanta Clara, CA
1852Loyola College in MarylandBaltimore, MD
1855University of San FranciscoSan Francisco, CA
1863Boston CollegeBoston, MA
1870Canisius CollegeBuffalo, NY
1870Loyola UniversityChicago, IL
1872Saint Peter’s CollegeJersey City, NJ
1877Regis UniversityDenver, CO
1877University of Detroit MercyDetroit, MI
1878Creighton UniversityOmaha, NE
1881Marquette UniversityMilwaukee, WI
1886John Carroll UniversityCleveland, OH
1887Gonzaga UniversitySpokane, WA
1888University of ScrantonScranton, PA
1891Seattle UniversitySeattle, WA
1910Rockhurst UniversityKansas City, MO
1911Loyola Marymount UniversityLos Angeles, CA
1912Loyola UniversityNew Orleans, LA
1942Fairfield UniversityFairfield, CT
1946Le Moyne CollegeSyracuse, NY
1955Wheeling Jesuit UniversityWheeling, West Virginia

AJCU Study Abroad Consortium

The AJCU Study Abroad Consortium is comprised of Jesuit institutions that have agreed to share study abroad programs to offer students more opportunities to study outside the United States. The “basket” of programs featured in the table below are open to students from all U.S. Jesuit institutions:Search:

Program Location (Country, City):Program Name:Name of school sponsoring program:Director of Program:Program Contact Person (if different from director):
Aix-en-Provence, FranceFairfield Center in Aix-en-ProvenceFairfield UniversityJennifer Ewald
Barcelona, SpainFairfield Center Business with IQSFairfield UniversityJennifer Ewald
Barcelona, SpainFairfield Center Engineering with IQSFairfield University
Beijing, ChinaThe Beijing CenterAJCUDr. Simon Koo
+86 10 8415 8816
Queenie He
Bologna, ItalyItaly CenterSpring Hill CollegeDr. Simone Bregni
Jordan Byrne
Bonn, GermanyLMU in GermanyLoyola Marymount UniversityLisa Reid
Cape Town, South AfricaSibanye Cape TownMarquette UniversityKarlin Webster
Megan Pavlic
Florence, ItalyFairfield Center in FlorenceFairfield UniversityJennifer Ewald
Florence, ItalyGonzaga in FlorenceGonzaga UniversityDr. Jason Houston
Galway, IrelandFairfield Center with University of GalwayFairfield UniversityJennifer Ewald
Granada, SpainFordham in GranadaFordham UniversityFinley Peay
Office of International and Study Abroad Programs
London, UKLondon Metropolitan UniversityCanisius UniversitySue Wharton
London, UKFordham in LondonFordham UniversityFinley Peay
Office of International and Study Abroad Programs
Madrid, SpainFairfield Center in MadridFairfield UniversityJennifer Ewald
Madrid, SpainSaint Louis University – Madrid CampusSaint Louis UniversityHeidi Buffington
34-915-545-858 ext.206
Emir Parrotta
34-91-554-5858 ext. 271
Rome, ItalyJohn Felice Rome CenterLoyola University ChicagoDr. Todd WallerLUC Office for International Programs
Santiago, Dominican RepublicEncuentro DominicanoCreighton UniversityMaragrita Dubocq
Jill Muegge (Coordinator)
Volterra, ItalyVolterra Study AbroadUniversity of Detroit MercyProf. Wladek Fuchs

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Member institutions of the AJCU Network that have signed the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) for shared programming are eligible to have their program information listed on this website. In addition to providing more study abroad offerings for students, some of the benefits to AJCU institutions to share programs include mission-driven programming and possible cost savings. The following institutions are members of the AJCU Study Abroad Consortium:

Canisius University
College of the Holy Cross
Creighton University
Fairfield University
Fordham University
Gonzaga University
John Carroll University
Le Moyne College
Loyola Marymount University
Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University Maryland
Loyola University New Orleans

Marquette University
Regis University
Rockhurst University
Saint Joseph’s University
Saint Louis University
Saint Peter’s University
Santa Clara University
Seattle University
Spring Hill College
The University of Scranton
University of Detroit Mercy
University of San Francisco

For more information on this table, please contact Deanna Howes Spiro:

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