The Office of Campus Ministries
Campus Ministries serves the mission of The University of Scranton by making visible and effective our Roman Catholic and Jesuit identity with a spirit of inclusivity of all religious traditions. Inspired by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the charism of St. Ignatius Loyola, we offer students opportunities to become women and men for and with others. These opportunities include ways for students to explore their relationship with God, express their faith in reflective service, work toward the transformation of unjust societal structures, and be immersed in cultures and experiences in developing countries of our world.
Check out our many student offerings:
- Liturgical Life, Spiritual Formation, and Retreats
Center for Service and Social Justice
A Guide to Volunteering
Current Volunteer Opportunities
Student Transportation to Volunteer Sites
- Center for Service and Social Justice Programs
List of Agencies
Community Based Learning
- Service Trips
- Post-Graduation Service
- Fit and Faithful
- Weddings for Alumni
- Community Assistance/Resources
- About Us
- Refugee Crisis
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Our Jesuit Tradition
Our Jesuit Tradition and history reaches back nearly 500 years to the teachings, life and insights of Saint Ignatius Loyola.
Many different retreats are offered for our students at the University's Retreat Center on Chapman Lake 12 miles from campus, as well as outdoor retreats to the Adirondacks and Death Valley in California.