Students attend Faith Fest, a large open-house style event to learn how to get involved with Campus Ministry programs, such as retreats, Christian Life Communities, and various faith based student organizations, held in the Damen Student Center on August 25, 2015. (photo by Natalie Battaglia)
Photos of the Hunger Week Sustainability Fair and the Hillel Bagel sale which were part of Hunger Week. The Fair and sale took place on November 5th, 2015. (Photo by Mark Patton).
New students volunteer at Kilmer Elementary as part of the Saturday of Service on Saturday August 23rd, 2015. Students helped paint around the school and get ready for the upcoming school year. (Photo by Mark Patton).
The Office for Community Service and Action (CSA) serves the Loyola and local communities by fostering mutually beneficial partnerships that support neighbors in need. We aim to build the greater good by combining our gifts and talents to create a more just world.
Service is an important tradition for Loyola and an integral part of Loyola’s mission and commitment to a holistic education of students.
build community ⋅ learn about the city ⋅ build skills ⋅ enhance academics
expand your experiences ⋅ develop + celebrate your faith
Why is your service needed? What do you gain from doing service? How does service promote social justice in our world?
Community Service & Action: Building the greater good together
Damen Student Center, Suite 217 | luc.edu/serve | facebook.com/LUCserve |@LUCserve
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