Engagement and Commitment
Community engagement is one of the most important ways Loyola pursues its Jesuit mission to form men and women with and for others and benefit the larger community.
Loyola's approach to community engagement is highly invitational. The university encourages faculty, staff, and students to incorporate community engagement into all aspects of their work through the avenues they believe can generate the greatest impact.
Community Action Program (LUCAP)
LUCAP is a volunteer service and advocacy organization open to all students. You'll work with local organizations to make a direct impact in our communities.
Ignacio Volunteer Program
An immersion program rooted in finding God in all things. It provides opportunities for a student to live a reflective life of action for service, justice, and peace.
Themed Living Communities
Live in a community that's intentionally designed around a common purpose to form a deeper understanding of your values, discover your passions, and become more invested in the campus community.
Integrate service or community engagement experiences into for-credit academic courses to deepen your understanding of class concepts, learn about social justice, and examine class topics in the real world.
Our initiatives cover a wide variety of forms including centers, engagement, scholarships, research, and more. Learn more about community engagement at Loyola and how you can get involved.
Explore the range of campus community initiatives and how you can get involved in a specific area of interest.
Understand the impact of service learning on our campus community and the New Orleans community at large.
Participate in community engaged research that emphasizes partnership with community members, organizational representative, and researchers.
Community engagement initiatives cover a wide variety of organizations, from centers and institutes to student clubs.
Loyola's community engagement focuses on many different populations, regions and topics.