With the mission: “Learning Together to Transform the World”, Jesuit Worldwide Learning: Higher Education at the Margins (JWL) is a collaborative global partnership comprised of organizations, institutions, companies and volunteers to provide tertiary education to those who would otherwise not have access to higher learning opportunities. Students are organised into virtual global classrooms, with 15 students for each course. Of the fifteen students, 8 to 10 countries are represented, with Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, and local religions represented. As students learn together in the virtual classroom, the curriculum transformation integrates authors and literature representative of middle-eastern thought, western ideas, African theories, Asian principles, Latin American wisdom, etc. Two academic programmes were initially developed to serve students: The Diploma of Liberal Studies and Community Service Learning Tracks (CSLTs). The programmes were developed through input from refugees and host community members, and with input from JRS, faculty, and Universities. They were piloted on refugees and host community members in Dzaleka refugee camp in Malawi, Kakuma refugee camp in north-west Kenya, and in the city of Amman, Jordan. Pilot sites were added in 2014 in Aleppo, Syria, Afghanistan, Thailand, and in Chad. Students are now enrolled in the Diploma program in Myanmar, and slated for 2015 are sites for CSLT in Chad with JRS and UNHCR, in Bendum, Philippines with our new partner APC; in Sri Lanka with JRS and the Province; and in Za’atari Camp, Jordan- Syria border with JRS and UNHCR. Partners of JC:HEM have donated computers, information systems and Blackboards to the pilot sites (camps).