LUCserve offers student-led service and justice programs for all Loyola students. Through a series of programs, students can explore the breadth and depth of service through workshops, conversations, and activities.
LUCserve programs are designed so that students will be:
- Immersed in the Loyola University culture of service
- Invited to explore social justice issues within Rogers Park and Edgewater
- Inspired to broaden their definition of service beyond direct service
- Ignited to sustain a habit of service
Central to those goals are:
- Community Building among all Loyola students
- Student-Led Initiatives where CSA leaders engage and support fellow Ramblers
- Ongoing Community Connections that respect our long-standing collaborations
More About LUCserve
LUCserve programs focus on various ways of serving (like advocacy and social justice dialogues) and on social justice issues. Each student-led committee focuses on a specific theme, but our programs will address intersecting issues such as economic and racial justice.
Spring 2022 committee themes will be posted early in the spring semester.
LUCserve is designed for you to join when you are able! Simply watch the schedule when classes are in session to see what events are coming up!
The basic Spring 2022 calendar is below. Mark your calendars now! Full program details will come throughout the semester!
All sessions will be held in Damen Student Center, Suite 217.
Tuesday, March 1 - 6:30-7:30pm
Wednesday, March 16 - 5-6pm
Tuesday, April 5 - 6:30-7:30pm
Wednesday, April 13 - 5-6pm
Here's a sampling of Fall 2021 Programs:
Healthcare Committee -
How Are You, Really? Mental Health at Loyola
How to Be Your Own Advocate: A Discussion on Navigating Our Healthcare System
A Segregated Chicago: Health Disparities Off the Red Line
Education Comittee -
School to Prison Pipeline
Diversity Initiatives in Education
Meet Our Leaders
Want to know what kind of events we do? Check out a sampling of our events from past years!
- Uyghur Muslim Modern Day Genocide in China
- Gentrification in Chicago
- The COVID-19 Pandemic and Public Health Effects
- Meet Our Community Partners in Uptown
- School to Prison Pipeline
- Mental Healthcare Inequity
- Disability and Kindness
- Read with Ramblers
- Meet Some Seniors
- Identifying and Understanding Bias in the Media
- How COVID-19 Has Disproportionately Affected Minority Communities
- Defensive Design Advocacy Workshop