Service & Justice Trips
Started in 1983 with a group of seven students, the Service & Justice Trips program at Creighton now sends over 350 participants each year to serve and learn from community partners across the country. You can learn more about all the details of the program below!
Explore the Service and Justice Trips Program
After a Service and Justice Trip
Spring Break Service and Justice Trip to the U.S.-Mexico Border
A group of Bluejays had a powerful experience on a spring break service and justice trip to the U.S.-Mexico border. One of those students, Cecelia Fuller, said the trip provided a new lens for her worldview. The group was able to visit a community garden, attend hearings in federal court, serve at a shelter for immigrants, experience the local farmers' market and assist at a community kitchen. Cecelia says, “The Schlegel Center for Service and Justice (SCSJ) provides me with different avenues to serve others and further advocate for those in need.”