Justice & Advocacy
"Students, in the course of their formation, must let the gritty reality of this world into their lives, so they can learn to feel it, think about it critically, respond to its suffering and engage it constructively. They should learn to perceive, think, judge, choose and act for the rights of others, especially the disadvantaged and the oppressed. Campus ministry does much to foment such intelligent, responsible and active compassion, compassion that deserves the name solidarity."
- Peter Hans Kolvenbach SJ, former Superior General of the Jesuits
We believe that the real measure of our Jesuit universities lies in who our students become. Loyola engages real-world implications of promoting social justice. Learn more about various issues below, and please visit the Community Service & Action webpage or our Alternative Break Immersion webpage for more information on how to get involved.