St. Augustine's National Foundation
Churches, Educational Community; K-12, University,
Medical Center & Private Broadcast Ministry
St. Augustine’s National Foundation is committed to policies, procedures, and functionality that render transparency as a public charitable foundation consistent with specifications of the IRS.
In the capacity as “Fiscal Sponsor” consistent with specifications of the IRS, the Board of Regions, St.Augustine’s National Foundation resolves to strategically embrace initiatives for the establishment of the St Augustine's Education Community”.
An administrative management concern that is devoted to the development of the organizational structure of associated educational corporations that include: University St. Augustine’s and Medical Center, Caroline Education Community International Public School Academy (CECI PSA); Pre-K, K-12, St. Augustine’s Institute, Ana-Carolina Preparatory, and Carolina College, University Academic Public Computer Center, and other educational initiatives consistent with Resolutions of the Board of Governors.
St. Augustine’s National Foundation serves as “Fiscal Sponsor” on behalf of a conglomerate to associated Churches with missions consistent with the principles and teachings of Jesus Christ, a Private Broadcast Network, International Ministries, provides Human Services and serves as an advocate for social justice, human equality, economic empowerment and diversity.
This organization is organized exclusively for charitable, religious, educational, or scientific purposes, including the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under section 501©(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended.
St. Augustine’s Education Community Authority
Pursuant to a Court Order the U.S. Federal District Court MI, the Honorable Judge Ray Reynolds, 1985 issued, the distinguished University Charter St. Augustine’s National Foundation has access is classified as historical and authorizes the establishment of a new American University;
“University St. Augustine’s & Medical Center”.
Institutional governance has resolved to access licensure by the Michigan Department of Education. As well, the University St. Augustine’s & Medical Center, Board of Governors have resolved to implement a strategic plan to acquire “Candidacy Status” to acquire “Regional Institutional Accreditation” authorized by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools; Higher Learning Commission (“HLC”). As such, Candidacy Status is proposed over a time line of four years.
The University St. Augustine’s & Medical Center, Private, Non-profit Institution of Higher Education.
The University shall develop, organize, administer and manage faculties including the College of Law; College of Nursing & Allied Health; College of Hospitality Management; College of Liberal Arts; College of Divinity; College of Fine and Performing Arts; and College of Engineering, College of Medicine.
Consistent with its authority, upon achievement of Institutional Accreditation, the University St. Augustine’s & Medical Center shall award the Associate Degree, and Bachelors Degree.
The University St. Augustine’s and Medical Center In collaboration with a consortium of prestigious Institutions of Higher Education that are recognized as Regional Accredited, shall organize, administer, operate and manage academic program offerings pursuant to “Contractual Agreements” specifications, consistent with regulatory requirements that authorize access to the Federal Title IV grant program.
St. Augustine's National Foundation
St. Augustine's National Foundation, Inc.
1629 K Street, NW; Suite 300
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17520 W. Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48076
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