Jesuit Educational Association
The Jesuit Education Association (JEA) was formed in 1934 to reconcile Jesuit standards in education with those of national and regional accreditation organizations. The JEA divided its work into four principal subdivisions, called commissions: Commission on Colleges and Universities; Commission on Houses of Studies; Commission on Province Directors; and Commission on Secondary Schools. Over the years, the JEA appointed additional commissions and conducted conferences and workshops to address virtually every aspect of teaching and administration. JEA dissolved in 1970 and was succeeded by the Association of Jesuit Colleges.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Collection is open for research. Series I. Admissions is closed in its entirety due to privacy restrictions, and is stored off-site. A small amount of material in other series is also closed due to privacy restrictions.
Collection is open for research, except for the Series I, Subseries D Financial records, which is closed. Note that the collection is stored offsite and requires additional time for retrieval.