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The Spirit of Collaboration, Synergism, and Innovation Towards Atma Jaya Excellence for the Advancement of Indonesia

The pace of growth must be accelerated in order to achieve the main goal that we all aspire to, in producing a young generation who are ready to play an active role in achieving the vision of a golden Indonesia 2045 which targets Indonesia as a nation that has strong leadership and influence in the international world.

The challenges and problems faced by society and the world today can no longer be solved with an approach limited to one scientific discipline. Therefore, interdisciplinary collaboration is essential in achieving academic excellence and sustainable solutions.

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The pace of growth must be accelerated in order to achieve the main goal that we all aspire to, in producing a young generation who are ready to play an active role in achieving the vision of a golden Indonesia 2045 which targets Indonesia as a nation that has strong leadership and influence in the international world.

The challenges and problems faced by society and the world today can no longer be solved with an approach limited to one scientific discipline. Therefore, interdisciplinary collaboration is essential in achieving academic excellence and sustainable solutions.

Interdisciplinary collaboration allows us to view problems from multiple perspectives. We can combine different strengths and skills to analyze and solve problems in a more holistic way, opening the door to finding more creative and effective solutions.

Interdisciplinary collaboration leads to revolutionary innovations. Through collaboration, we are able to combine ideas from different disciplines to create truly novel and impactful solutions.

The innovations that emerge from interdisciplinary collaboration have the potential to change the way we approach, understand and solve real-world problems. By collaborating across disciplines, we can produce more relevant research and more pragmatic solutions to complex and multidimensional problems.

Interdisciplinary education also prepares students to face the challenges of the working world, as they will learn to collaborate with people who have different backgrounds and thoughts, which will improve their ability to work in diverse teams.

Unika Atma Jaya is committed to continuously adapting to change and designing curricula and programs that are relevant to the needs of the world of work, providing opportunities for internships, collaborative projects, and other practical experiences.

So that it can produce graduates who have knowledge and skills that are interdisciplinary, innovative and adaptive. Through collaboration, innovation and a multidisciplinary approach, we can achieve positive and sustainable change to produce a young generation who are excellent, professional, and caring.

With a true spirit of brotherhood and a culture of love on the journey towards a prosperous future. Let's unite our steps to move together, contribute actively, to make Unika Atma Jaya a campus that is a source of knowledge and a birthplace for various innovations and creativity for the progress of the nation and human welfare. This is our dedication in accordance with the noble ideals of the founders, "For God and the Nation".

Prof. Dr. dr. Yuda Turana, Sp.S(K)
Rector of Unika Atma Jaya
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Prof. Dr. dr. Yuda Turana, Sp.S(K)
UNIKA ATMA JAYA BOARD OF DIRECTOR
Prof. Dr. dr. Yuda Turana, Sp.S(K)
Rector
Dr. Yohanes Eko Adi Prasetyanto, S.Si
Vice Rector for Academic, Student Affairs and Human Resources
Yanti, Ph.D.
Vice Rector for Innovation, Research, Cooperation and Alumni
Dr.rer.nat. Agustina Dwi Retno Nurcahyanti, S.Si., M.Si., M.Sc.
Secretary of University
Rm. Stevanus Harry Yudanto, Pr
Pastor of Atma Jaya and Campus Ministry
Erik Hendrikus Yuniarto
Head of the Academic Administration Bureau
Yosephine Shinta Purwaningrum, S.E.
Ad-interim Head of the Accounting and Finance Bureau
Corry Korita Neryceka, S.Si
Head of the Student, Alumni, and Career Counselling Bureau
Ary Sinta Triwardani, M.Ak
Beni Wido Hendratmo, S.Psi., M.M.
Ad interim-Head of the Human Capital Bureau
Eko Yuwono, BSc
Head of the Information Technology System Bureau
Adre Zaif Rachman
Head of the International Office
Santi Kusuma, S.Pd, M.Sc.
Head of the Library
Head of the Atma Jaya Publisher
Fifi Effendi, M.A.
Head of the Language Learning Center
Dr. dr. Lilis, Sp.PA., M.Kes
Head of Innovation and Educational Technology
Wahyuning Tri Tunggal
Ad interim-Head of Marketing
Dr. jur. Sih Yuliana Wahyuningtyas, S.H., M.Hum.
Head of Research and Community Service Institute
Fransisca Indah Tri Utami
Head of Scolarship
Maria Virgin Tapoona, S.Kom.
Ad interim-Head of Quality Assurance
Caecilia Ambar Winarsih, S.E.
Head of Dormitory
Devi Angrahini Anni Lembana, SE., MM., Ph.D
Head of UPT AJIB
TIMELINE ATMA JAYA

1960

Atma Jaya Foundation and Atma Jaya Catholic University were founded, with the first lectures at two faculties, FEB and FIA, in Theresia, Menteng

1965

The Faculty of Law was founded

1967

The Faculty of Medicine (currently named FKIK) was founded; in the same year, the campus was relocated to Jalan Sudirman, Semanggi

1989

The visitation of Pope John Paul II

1990

Atma Jaya managed its digital library

1991

The Pluit Campus was built, and the lectures of the Faculty of Medicine were held there

1992

The Faculty of Psychology was founded

1994

The Museum of Anatomy was built

2002

The Faculty of Techno-Biology was built

2010

Indonesia best 50 promising universities

2017

The BSD Campus was built

FORMER RECTORS OF UNIKA ATMA JAYA
Dr. Agustinus Prasetyantoko
2015-2023
Prof. Dr. M.M. Lanny W. Pandjaitan, M.T.
2011-2015
Prof. F.G. Winarno
2007-2011
Prof. Bernadette N. Setiadi, Ph.D.
2003-2007
Prof. Dr. KRMT Harimurti Kridalaksana
1999-2003
Prof. Dr. Thomas Suyatno
1995-1999
Dra. Mariana Setiadharma
1987-1995
dr. Gerard Bonang
1982-1987
Rm. F. Danuwinata, S.J.
1980-1982
dr. K.S. Gani, DPH
1974-1980
Drs. A.L. Soediarto Djiwandono
1971-1974
Dr. Jan Riberu
1970-1971
Drs. Lo Sian Hien Ginting
1968-1970
Drs. Benedictus Mang Reng Say
1962-1968
Drs. Franciscus Xaverius Seda
1960-1962
VISION & MISSIONS ATMA JAYA
VISION ATMA JAYA
The university aspires to be a leading university with academic and professional excellence at both national and international level while consistently embodying the integration of Christianity, science and technology, as well as the culture of Indonesia in its endeavour to foster the education of the nation..

MISISIONS OF ATMA JAYA
The university undertakes the following missions :

  1. Administering academic and professional education for developing the knowledge, professionalism, and character of the students.
  2. Conducting fundamental and applied research for the advancement of science, technology, and cultural arts.
  3. Dedicating expertise in science, technology, and cultural arts for the interests of the people.
  4. Administering higher education in an effective and efficient manner which promotes an ethical and dignified academic environment.


LOGO PHILOSOPHY ATMA JAYA


  1. The dove, the cross, and the aureole are white in colour, representing sincere and holy missions. The dove in the aureole emitting seven light beams symbolizes the Holy Spirit.
  2. Each of the seven light beams represents the blessing of mind, wisdom, science, the Word of God, love, power, and faithfulness to God.
  3. The ATMA JAYA logo shield is green in colour, representing Indonesia, the Emerald of the Equator.
  4. The shield of the national emblem of Indonesia (Garuda Pancasila) depicts the national commitments.
  5. The cross symbolizes Catholicism.
  6. The letters forming the name “ATMA JAYA”, the inner circle space, the circumference of the aureole as well as the emitted light beams, and the frame of the shield are orange in colour, representing the spirit radiating excellent works of dedication.
VALUE ATMA JAYA
CHRISTIAN
The Catholic faith, which is strongly manifested in faith, a culture of true love and brotherhood is the basis of the entire process.
EXCELLENT
The drive to continuously develop oneself through lifelong learning and critical thinking so as to become an excellent and leading institution in the scientific field.
PROFESSIONAL
The practice or approach of performing tasks by prioritizing reliable governance principles (transparent, accountable, responsible, independent, and fair) to ensure quality.
CARE
Concern for human dignity and social welfare is the basic orientation towards the realization of Christian values.