Justice and Advocacy Programs
Join us as we raise awareness and advocate for issues affecting our local, national, and global communities.
Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice
Our students are encouraged to participate in The Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice, which is one of the largest national gatherings of people inspired by the spirituality of St. Ignatius of Loyola. More than 1,600 people convene in Washington, DC in November each year to learn, network, reflect, pray, and develop skills to advocate for social justice.
Click on the link below for a video from November 17th, 2019 where our students spoke to the whole conference about USF initiatives.
Undocumented Students Services & Events
At University Ministry we welcome all students, staff, faculty, and community members of the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Along with the Working Group to Support Undocumented Students, student organizations, and other staff and faculty members we collaborate to provide services and spaces for agency, development, and well-being at the University.
For more information and services please visit this site.
If you have additional questions about initiatives, programs, or suggestions please contact us here.
Ignatian Justice Summit: Immigration
Connecting, educating, and organizing for justice, inspired by the Ignatian Tradition
Our students engage in the Ignatian Justice Summit with other Jesuit campuses across the nation. Students come together to organize initiatives that promote more just migration policies, more hospitable campuses, and more humane conversations about migration and people who have immigrated.
Recognizing the growing energy of this movement, the Ignatian Justice Summit on Immigration seeks to connect student leaders in these efforts for four days of networking; sharing hopes, challenges, and best practices; sharpening organizing/advocacy skills; praying and learning about the Ignatian call to work for justice; and committing to taking coordinated, collaborative action on immigrant rights upon returning to campus.
For more information, please contact Mauricio.