Loyola University Community Action Program
LUCAP, the Loyola University Community Action Program, is a student-initiated, student-led volunteer service and advocacy organization. LUCAP is open to all students, offering them opportunities for direct service; reflection on larger, related social justice issues; and advocacy and organizing through its many projects in areas such as rebuilding, hunger and homelessness, tutoring and mentoring, and environmentalism.
- Connect students with volunteer opportunities in the local community.
- Promote civic engagement & social justice awareness on campus.
WANT TO GET INVOLVED?
- Join our executive board team.
- Start your own project.
- Plan a social justice event on campus.
- Discern a demonstration on campus with this guide.
- Follow us on Instagram.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or come visit the LUCAP office in the lower level of the Danna Student Center!
Loyola University Conservancy Committee (LUCC) is a LUCAP project that focuses on environmental issues. This group does anything from help with wetland restoration, to recycling, to working in urban gardens and more.
Students Against Hyper-Incarceration (SAHI) is a Loyola organization to raise awareness of America’s mass incarceration system as the new “Jim Crow,” in which people of color are targeted and victimized based upon race, and forced into the bottom of a caste system for the financial benefit of the “protectors” of the system.
Cafe Con Ingles is a project that works with the Spanish-speaking immigrant population connected to St. Anthony of Padua Church. Students teach English as a part of this program coming from all different experience levels of Spanish proficiency.
Jesuit Outreach is a relief project born out of the need to help those affected by Hurricane Ida. The goal of this project is to assist those most impacted by natural disasters through partnering with different organizations and hosting monthly service opportunities, AKA “Second Saturday Service.”