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2003 National Conference: The Eucharist on Campus

Eucharistic Adoration Campaign

Students Serving Students . . . 
The Association of Students at Catholic Colleges (ASCC) was founded in 2002 to serve students at Catholic colleges and universities interested in preserving and building up the Catholic identity of their schools through a variety of means. You can buy essay for college online from our partner.

ASCC fosters collaboration among existing groups and individual students throughout the country and helps students found new organizations concerned with living the Catholic faith in a way that is faithful to the Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church and guided by the apostolic constitution on Catholic higher education, Ex corde Ecclesiae.


Eucharist New Initiative: 
ASCC's Eucharistic
Adoration Campaign

ASCC's major initiative, the Eucharistic Adoration Campaign, aims to establish Eucharistic Adoration programs at Catholic universities throughout the country.  Through consultation and distribution of materials, the campaign will assist campus ministers, students, and faculty who are looking to start or promote a Eucharistic Adoration program at their school.

Visit the on-line resources available at the Eucharistic Adoration Campaign Website
National Programs

ASCC's national leadership is hard at work developing programs to assist and train students. The second annual national conference will be held in Washington, D.C. on November 9, 2003.  The theme will be "The Eucharist on Campus," featuring well-known author and TV host, Fr. Mitch Pacwa, S.J.  

ASCC is compiling a Catholic Student Handbook to guide students on how to establish campus clubs and student activities to promote Catholic student life.  A speakers bureau featuring leading Catholic thinkers who are available to speak on Catholic campuses has been completed.

ASCC Membership

Join now using our web-based registration form!

All students enrolled at Catholic colleges and universities in the United States and who are committed to building a Catholic campus culture are welcome to join ASCC.  No fees are required.


ASCC Leadership

Each year, ASCC leaders are chosen among students at Catholic colleges and universities.  Students interested in serving as national officers or department directors should contact ASCC.

Cardinal Newman Society

ASCC is sponsored by the Cardinal Newman Society, a national organization dedicated to the renewal of Catholic higher education.  ASCC members participate in the Society's programs, such as its national conference, Student Leadership Training Program, Campus Culture of Life Project, and Catholic Campus Media Network.


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