“Jesus didn’t come to make us Christian; Jesus came to make us fully human”

– attributed to Hans Rookmaaker

Our Mission

Alcuin Study Center exists

to cultivate human flourishing,

feed the moral imagination,

and seek the common good

through the robust Christian tradition of

thoughtful discourse,

integrated education,

and cultural engagement.


Our Commitments

ASC welcomes all, regardless of viewpoint, to have civil dialogue regarding enduring human questions.

ASC supports excellence in scholarship and seeks to build positive relationships with the local university for the flourishing of its community.

ASC desires to cultivate redemptive culture-makers rather than consumers.


Our Place

Alcuin Study Center occupies a space at the nexus of The University and The Church. We believe that the robust historical Christian tradition has more to offer than polarization and culture wars. We desire to be a place of charitable and productive conversation. You need not share our beliefs to join us. Quite the contrary. We invite you—whoever you are—to join us for a film, a class, a conversation, or to just spend time studying in our space while we serve you. The door is open. The coffee is on us.

The beautiful woodcut of Alcuin of York was done on commission for us by Kreg Yingst. Click here or on the image of Alcuin above to visit his site.

Alcuin Study Center is not affiliated with any particular church or campus organization.