- Center for Community Service and Justice
- Loyola Clinical Centers
- Ignatian Retreat Program
- Writing Center
- Career Fair
More than 60 percent of Loyola undergraduates voluntarily participate in community service. This inspiring statistic reflects the efforts of Loyola's Center for Community Service and Justice (CCSJ) and the strong partnerships it has built with organizations in Baltimore, across the country, and around the world.
We take service seriously at Loyola. For most students, service goes beyond simple volunteering and becomes a valuable learning experience where they can reflect on their efforts, what they've seen, what it means, and how it will affect them going forward. This approach to service requires guidance from CCSJ staff, experts in helping those who've experienced injustice or marginalization.
Loyola has additional service avenues and connections to the greater community. The Loyola Clinical Centers, for example, have provided more than 8,500 hours of clinical services in speech-language pathology, psychology, pastoral counseling, and education to nearly 800 clients—many of whom have received these services at a reduced rate.