We are a global higher education association dedicated to advancing faith and intellect for the common good.
As a member service, our institutions have a dedicated partner in the CCCU on the hill. We advocate on behalf of our institutions as if they have a seat at the table.
More than just a job-finding service, the CCCU Career Center links passionate people to meaningful careers with faith-based employers, in faith-related positions, and in all sectors of higher education.
We organize numerous conferences that provide leaders on our campuses with important faith-centered professional development in their respective fields.
CCCU GlobalEd is a collection of faith-integrated, off-campus study programs that foster intellectual, cultural, vocational, and spiritual growth.
To fulfill our mission and meet the needs of our members, we provide unique services for administration, faculty, students, and friends of Christian higher education.
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CCCU institutions are located around the world. Though they are diverse in size, scope, and mission, they are each committed to faith-integrated higher education.
•Faculty are responsible for developing lectures, demonstrations, assignments, and enrichment activities to successfully deliver course content in their academic unit. •Faculty will teach coursework in various specialties. •Maintain regular office hours for advising students. •Participate in events and initiatives aimed at meeting departmental and divisional recruitment and retention goals. •Accept assignments on committees, sponsor student activities, and actively participate in University life. •Support the institution’s Christian mission, including attendance a chapel services, scheduled or called meetings, commencement programs, and Faculty Forum meetings. •Provides a Christian role model for students. •Maintains a strong interest in the pursuit of knowledge and shares it with students and scholars. •Promotes the discipline on and off campus and attracts students to the field. •Maintains contact with alumni and the community. •Participates in academic unit meetings and cooperates with other members of the Faculty. •Identifies with professional organizations and professionals of the discipline at all educational levels. •Assists in recruiting new Faculty members within the academic unit. •Assists the Dean in the preparation of class schedules and material for the University Bulletin Catalog. •Knows the Library holdings and deficiencies and plans improvements based on budget allocations. •Assists in developing syllabi for courses in the discipline. •Assists in the preparation of requests for foundation grants. •Assists students by continually monitoring and evaluating students’ progress and making appropriate referrals to academic and personal support services, as necessary, to meet student needs. •Demonstrates excellence in teaching. •Serves as an academic advisor.