Service and Social Justice

At Loyola, service to others is knitted into the fabric of student life—from classroom projects and spring break outreach trips that serve a specific community or cause… to weekly, monthly, or one-time volunteering opportunities in the Baltimore area and beyond.

Loyola’s Center for Community, Service, and Justice (CCSJ) is at the hub, connecting students and faculty to organizations and programs matching their interests, experience, and availability to serve.

And since Loyola is committed to supporting our neighbors and community to pave the way for a strong future, getting involved with service is often a keystone of the student experience here.

Visit the CCSJ website

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The Center for Community, Service, and Justice

The Center for Community, Service, and Justice pairs students with service opportunities and organizations in the Baltimore region and far beyond, inspiring students to help create a more just and equitable world.

We all strive for a just and equitable world. It's in our blood. And we're betting it's in yours, too.

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