The Service & Justice Immersion Program at the Catholic University of America exists to create transformational relationships; To facilitate meaningful encounters that propel us to passionately work for the common good. By sharing in and learning from the lived experiences of our sisters and brothers around the world, we work to create bridges of solidarity between our campus and other communities, both far and near. We are challenged to integrate the values of the Gospel and the social teachings of the Church into our lives, and to encourage change in the lives of those around us.
In May 2021, Campus Ministry will be hosting Immersion Trips to Washington, DC and West Virginia, and a Habitat for Humanity trip in Washington, DC. Trips will be run during two different weeks: May 9-14 (week after finals) and May 16-22 (week after graduation).
More details on the trips can be found by clicking "Trip Locations" below.
Applications are due Saturday, March 27th. Contact Harrison Hanvey, at firstname.lastname@example.org, with any questions.
Students Who's Trips Were Cancelled Last Year
If you were accepted to the Service & Justice Immersion Program during the 2019-2020 academic year and your trip was cancelled due to COVID-19, you do not need to reapply this year. Fill out this form, and send an email to Harrison Hanvey at email@example.com notifying him of your wish to join the immersion program this year. If you would like to go on the Habitat trip, you will need to apply still.