The Office of Faith and Justice assists each student in completing his service hours for the year.
- Freshmen will participate in the Frosh Experience, which is comprised of the Freshman Retreat, Special Olympics Game Day, and Freshman Breakaway, which is a day-long immersion focusing on the poor and marginalized populations of Phoenix.
- Sophomores are required to complete 40 hours working with children through the Sophomore Service Project. The preferred project is Loyola Project, which occurs during summer, fall, and spring semesters. Students who are unable to complete Loyola Project may do the Community Mentoring Project.
The OFJ will meet with all current freshmen scripture classes on February 4th and 5th, 2012 to discuss SSP options and the process to register. Read more about the process here.
- Juniors will complete 50 hours of social justice and education related work through the Junior Justice Project. Juniors will complete this 0.5 credit “class in the community” with a faculty mentor to analyze their experiences working with the larger Phoenix community.
Any current sophomore who would like to complete his JJP over the 2012 summer must register for Summer JJP through the Summer School Office. If you plan to participate in a summer immersion experience and would like to count 25 hours from that experience towards your JJP you MUST register for Summer JJP and complete your JJP by the end of July. Summer immersion hours will not count towards JJP during the fall or spring semesters. Summer school information can be found here.