UDM is distinguished by graduates who lead and serve in their communities. Whether it's for one afternoon, one week, or all semester, all of our service opportunities will develop your leadership skills even as they give you an incredible, transforming experience of serving those in need, often in another cultural setting. Plus, you'll have fun with other students while you're at it!
Immersions are key experiences of a transformative Jesuit and Mercy education rooted in social justice. These experiences include manual labor, cultural learning, relationship building, and daily prayer and reflection.
University Ministry Leaders serve a term of one academic year in their specific position. Each position requires an estimated 5 hours of service per week. Ministry leaders participate in reflections and workshops for personal growth and development.
Ignatian Family Teach-In.
Every November, join students from Jesuit institutions across the United States to learn, reflect, network and advocate.
Post-grad Volunteer Programs.
What are you doing after graduation? Have you ever considered volunteering for a year or two? Check out the Jesuit Volunteer Corps and Mercy Volunteer Corps, both committed to justice in a faith-context, community and simple lifestyle...