This spring, Jesuit colleges and universities are hosting community service projects in their local communities for alumni to volunteer together. Through meaningful events open to all Jesuit-educated alumni, graduates across the nation will engage in shared service that demonstrates the life-changing and enduring power of a Jesuit education.

Click here to view a table featuring all activities taking place this spring, arranged chronologically (full descriptions follow the table).

Above: University of Scranton alumni volunteer in Scranton, PA (Photo by University of Scranton). 


 

 

Connections: The Online Magazine for Jesuit Colleges and Universities

The April 2017 issue of Connections celebrates student scholarship at five Jesuit institutions. Click here to read more.

Mission & Identity

The distinctiveness of a Jesuit education stems from its deep-rooted history and a mission grounded in faith and intellectual rigor. Since its beginnings in 1548, when the first Jesuit institution opened its doors in Messina, Sicily, Jesuit higher education remains committed to academic excellence, service, leadership and caring for the whole person. Click here to learn more about Jesuit mission and identity through our publications, videos and links to related websites.