Composed of and directed by student volunteers, the Loyola University Community Action Program (LUCAP) is a campus organization having three primary goals, the first being to provide and direct volunteers in service-oriented activity within the community and the university, the second being to inform and promote involvement in the area of social justice, and the third being to aid in the volunteers' social and spiritual growth through their involvement in service and care-giving activities.
Who We Are
LUCAP offers over a dozen great ways to become actively involved in advocacy and service projects which help the Loyola, New Orleans, and Global communities. This active community is student-directed, and LUCAP volunteers work with a variety of issues in different ways, including feeding the homeless, tutoring learners of all ages, spending time with the elderly, attending protests, rebuilding the Gulf Coast, and sponsoring speakers and events for social justice. Participation in our programs provides a chance to make a real difference while attending Loyola.
This year, our Chairperson position is Kathleen Warner. She is assisted by Jennifer Rudolph, the Associate Chairperson. We, along with our advisor Josh Daly, offer our minds, bodies, and spirits to continue to build upon our organization’s successes in the pursuit of social justice.
The LUCAP office is located in the Danna Center basement. We're between the Credit Union and Satchmos. Feel free to visit! Come for the mood lighting, couches, and snacks - stay for the company.