Service and Justice
The Service and Justice Program is designed to form students as men for and with others. We provide a program structure that:
- Creates opportunities for students to experience solidarity with people who are poor and marginalized;
- Encourages students to attend to and understand the needs of the created world;
- Supports students in the development of habits of reflection and skills of social analysis that help them work for social change;
- Assists students in connecting their lives of faith, Catholic Social teaching, and the needs of the communities of which they are a part.
Coordinated by the Office of Service and Justice
Remote Service Reminders
- While we have not been able to accept in-person service since March 2020, as of October 22, 2020, we are again able to support students in choosing in person service. Students are still welcome to fulfill their 2020-21 Service and Justice requirement through entirely remote service opportunities. Additional resources are posted to Google Classroom. If this policy needs to change given changes in public health guidance, we will notify students through Google Classroom, and update posts in Staying Connected and the website.
- We are supporting students in remote, contactless, and virtual service and justice opportunities. An ever-growing list of activities and agencies is available for students in the Service and Justice Google Classroom page, and here. Students are also welcome to propose their own project for review and approval.
- Service that is remote/contactless/virtual does not:
- Take place in-person at an agency (even if that agency is practicing physical distancing);
- Involve direct contact with anyone outside of your immediate family.