Whether on campus, around the corner, across the country, or south of the border, you can expect to be challenged to become a true “man or woman for others” in the Jesuit tradition through countless service opportunities. Are you up to the challenge of St. Ignatius Loyola?
Local & National ServiceThe Center for Service and Social Justice is committed to advancing the Jesuit tradition of forming men and women for others. The programs sponsored by this office include food and clothing drives, domestic break trips, on campus activities and local community service. Each element enables the students to express their faith in reflective service while responding to local and national needs.
Our International Service Program (ISP) organizes ten annual trips for students, faculty, and staff to serve our neediest brothers and sisters in developing countries such as Mexico, Belize, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Jamaica and Nicaragua.
Preparation for life is about learning, but it’s also about more than learning in the classroom. It’s about service to others. And I think our university’s mission speaks to that very loudly, that we are men and women for others.
Dr. Vanessa Talarico, Ed.D.