Loyola University Chicago

Office of Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution

Division of Student Development

Completing Service Hours

Athletics Tom Hitcho (thitcho@luc.edu)
Rebecca Grim (rgrim@luc.edu)
Admissions Adam Schilling (aschilling2@luc.edu)
Advancement Fr. Patrick Dorsey (pdorsey@luc.edu)
Campus Ministry Cookie Krupa (ckrupa@luc.edu)
Career Development Center careercenter@luc.edu
Patty Terhune (pterhune@luc.edu)
Center for Experiential Learning Jason Burkett (jburkett@luc.edu)
Community Relations Sean Connolly (sconnolly2@luc.edu)
Institute of Environmental Sustainability Kaitlin Brose (kbrose@luc.edu)
Loyola University Museum of Art


Residence Life

Adell Dougherty (adougherty1@luc.edu)

Student Accessibility Center Katie Tappel (ktappel@luc.edu)
Center for Student Engagement (activities@luc.edu)
Student Complexes

Wesley Nader (wnader@luc.edu)

Center for Diversity & Inclusion (diversity@luc.edu)



PAWS Chicago

Complete an application to attend a New Volunteer Orientation, and email volunteers@pawschicago.org with volunteer inquiries.

College Access

Chicago Scholars

Complete a volunteer information form.

With questions, email Dirrick - dbutler@chicagoscholars.org

Food/Hunger A Just Harvest

Email to schedule:


  Rogers Park Food Co-op

Email to schedule:


  Inspiration Cafe

Complete an online application to attend an orientation session.


Sarah's Circle

Volunteer opportunities are summarized here.

Individuals with developmental disabilities

Misericordia Home

Email to schedule:

Mary - marydo@misericordia.com
Theresa - theresar@misericordia.com


Orchard Villiage

To discuss upcoming opportunities, email:

Erika - erika_vavrik@orchardvillage.org


Howard Brown Health

Orientation, background check, and online training required.

Email to schedule:

April - aprilg@howardbrown.org

Above, you can find a list of potential contacts for scheduling your assigned Restorative Service Hours. It is imperative that you remain professional and courteous at all times when corresponding or communicating with staff. You are not limited to this list, and can identify your own service sites if you prefer.

Please remember that it is your responsibility to schedule/complete your hours, complete your follow-up reflection requirement, and to submit a Service Hour Supervision Form documenting all hours completed at any given service site.

Please note! DO NOT count service hours in which:

  • A parent or family member supervised you at the community service site

  • You were compensated for your work (financially or for some kind of credit), or were required to provide the service for some other reason

Some examples of typical sites:

  • Religious organizations

  • Local Town Libraries or Park/Recreation Departments

  • Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Animal Shelters

  • High School Tutoring or Youth Sports Programs

  • Special Fundraising Events i.e.: fundraiser walks or other charity functions