The Anáhuac Network of Universities is the group of higher education institutions that share the Anáhuac identity and educational model and collaborate closely in multiple fields to ensure the fulfillment of the mission, promote consolidation, optimize the operation and enhance the growth of its members, as well as to promote its expansion with new institutions.
VINCE IN BONO MALUM
“Defeat evil with good”
It is taken from St. Paul’s letter to the Romans (12, 21)
and it synthesizes our educational philosophy.
Based on the image of a fabric being woven, it symbolically mirrors the work of interaction and development that characterizes education: our fundamental task and commitment. Its colors represent the earth and the sun.
Anáhuac was the cradle of Mexico, the most populated and culturally developed center of Mesoamerica since pre-Columbian times, where Mexico City now stands and, on its hills, the first university of the Anáhuac Network was founded.