The secular certification, known as the accreditation system, essentially grants regulatory oversight of the curriculum offered by educational institutions certified by it. The consensus of the vast majority of Christian parochial educational institutions offering Biblically-based education and theological training, as American Pontifical Catholic University, is that curricular certification for such Christian vocational education schools should not be assessed by secular agencies, and that Christian vocational educational schools have a United States Constitutional right to establish their curricula according to their own particular doctrinal convictions. American Pontifical Catholic University is a university that promotes peace and Christian values in its academic community and in the countries in general where it is, so it is a member of Peace One Day’s
located in United Kingdom, as well as a member of World Union for Peace Human Rights and the Rights of Peoples
located in Italy.
We are registered in the Florida Department of Education
– Section 1005.06(1)(f), Florida Statutes / Rule 6E-5.001, FL Administrative Code, Comission for Independent Education, Religious Institutions.
American Pontifical Catholic University is a member of – International Council For Open And Distance Education – ICDE. ICDE is the leading global membership organization for open, distance, flexible and online education, including e-learning, and draws its membership from institutions, educational authorities, commercial actors, and individuals.
American Pontifical Catholic University is a member of the United Nations Academic Impact
and supports its ten basic principles. You can see here our acceptance letter.
American Pontifical Catholic University is also a member of the United Nations Association and supports the United Nations Foundation
American Pontifical Catholic University is registered in the United Nations Departments of Economic and Social Affairs