- Center for Community Service and Justice
- Loyola Clinical Centers
- Ignatian Retreat Program
- Writing Center
- Career Fair
More than 60 percent of Loyola undergraduates participate in community service, an inspiring statistic that has a great deal to do with the efforts of Loyola's Center for Community Service and Justice and the strong partnerships it has built with organizations and agencies in Baltimore, across the country, and around the world. We take service seriously here at Loyola—for most students, service goes beyond the simple act of volunteering and becomes a true learning experience where they can reflect on their actions, what they've seen, what this means, and how it will affect them going forward. That approach to service requires professional guidance from people with experience working with many aspects of injustice and marginalization. That's just the approach the Center for Community Service and Justice takes.
Of course, CCSJ is far from Loyola's only service avenue and connection to the greater community. The Loyola Clinical Centers represents a significant portion of the University's public service endeavors, and last year 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 received these services at a reduced rate.