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Nonsectarian, in its most literal sense, refers to a lack of sectarianism. The term is also more narrowly used to describe secular private educational institutions or other organizations not affiliated with or restricted to a particular religious denomination.

Academic sphere

Examples of private universities that identify themselves as nonsectarian include Cornell Universitymarker, Washington University in St. Louismarker, New York Universitymarker, the University of Southern Californiamarker, Boston Universitymarker, Ohio Wesleyan Universitymarker, Syracuse Universitymarker, Kwansei Gakuin Universitymarker, Howard Universitymarker, George Washington Universitymarker, Brandeis Universitymarker, Reed Collegemarker in Oregon, Tulane Universitymarker, Berea Collegemarker, Northwestern Universitymarker, Rice University, and Quinnipiac Universitymarker in Connecticut. Private primary and secondary schools also self-identified as nonsectarian include Columbia Grammar & Preparatory School in New York and Germantown Academy, in Fort Washington PA. (the oldest nonsectarian school in the U.S.), Friends School Mullica Hill in New Jersey, Pine Crest Schoolmarker in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, as well as The Pembroke Hill Schoolmarker.

Non-Academic Institutions

Organizations that are explicitly nonsectarian include the Apex Clubs of Australia, those participating in the Ethical Culture Movement, International Society for Krishna Consciousness, the National Jewish Medical and Research Center, and the Tibetan Buddhist Center of Philadelphia. In Northern Irelandmarker, nonsectarian refers to groups identifying themselves as neither Nationalist/Republican or Unionist/Loyalist, such as the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland.


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