Welcome to Volunteer Service
Here at Loyola University New Orleans we strive to provide our university community diverse and integrated ways of doing service. Our Jesuit mission calls us to do the “Magis” – it is a calling to go above and beyond, to always “be in service to faith and in the promotion of justice." Learn More »
Want to get involved right now? There are plenty of options here at Loyola to serve your world.
- LUCAP (Loyola University Community Action Program) is a student run and modeled program that offers students the opportunity to get involved in various volunteer service projects.
- Ignacio Volunteers is a program in the Jesuit Center that offers international immersion programs to Belize and Jamaica to students as well as faculty/staff during Christmas break and the summer.
- Communtiy Engagement: The mission of community engagament is to promote a more just and compassionate world. We support and encourage relationships that connect the needs, assets and wisdom of community and university partners, locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.
These are just a couple of service options you with which can start, and there are many more at Loyola. If you need assistance in getting involved please contact any of the Mission & Ministry staff or Resident Chaplains.
Thinking about what to do after you leave Loyola? Maybe you want to give a year or two of your life in service... Learn more about a variety of programs available.