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ST. GREGORY NAZIANZEN Institute at Nikola Tesla Union University is a free-standing, not-for-profit, private, religious institution of higher learning governed by an independent Board of Trustees that provides faith-based distance learning opportunities in higher education through accessible, affordable, flexible, and high quality undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs in Eastern Christian Studies. The Institute's raison d'être is the preparation of men and women for service and leadership roles in the Church, videlicet academic programs are directed towards the preparation of students for religious vocations as clergymen, monastics, professionals, and laypersons in the disciplines of theology, ministry, and related interdisciplinary studies. Notwithstanding, the Institute is also an academic unit of Nikola Tesla Union University [Univerzitet Union - Nikola Tesla], an institution of higher learning accredited by the  Republic of Serbia (RS) Commission for Quality Evaluation, [Komisija za Vrednovanje Kvaliteta]. Nikola Tesla Union is listed in the International Handbook of Universities and is included in the International Association of Universities database, (a UNESCO-based worldwide association of accredited higher education institutions). Please see A Guide through Accredited Institutions of Higher Education and Study Programs in Serbia, (pp. 59-61), for a list of the academic programs available at St. Gregory Nazianzen Institute through Nikola Tesla Union University. For additional information, please contact the Registrar.

 

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Even if we have thousands of acts of great virtue to our credit, our confidence in being heard must be based on God's mercy and His love for men. Even if we stand at the very summit of virtue, it is by mercy that we shall be saved.

St. John Chrysostom 


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