Check out resources available to help you reflect and follow up on your experience.
Reconnect with Your Group
Participate in the post-immersion group meetings and find ways to reconnect with your group to keep the experience alive.
Make a Service Commitment with a Local Community
- Volunteer through SCCAP
- Sign up for a community-based learning placement
Become Involved with the Ignatian Center
- Apply to be an Ignatian Student Leader
- Attend the Search for What Matters Luncheon Speaker Series
- Apply for the Jean Donovan Summer Fellowship
- Attend a Mindfulness Sitting, Wednesdays from 5:15–6:15 p.m. in the Multifaith Sanctuary, St. Joseph's Hall (map).
- Look around the Ignatian Center website to find more options.
Explore Your Vocation and Spirituality through Campus Ministry's Programs and Retreats
- Friday Simple Meals: a simple meal & reflection
- Select Fridays from 12–1 p.m.
- The Challenge: weekly spirituality services
- Select Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
- Sign up for a Retreat: DISCOVER Retreat, Ignatian Retreat, Search Retreat, or Silent Directed Retreat
- For more information about all of these opportunities, visit campus ministries.
Enroll in a Course that is Focused on Justice, Spirituality, and/or Vocation
- Careers for the Common Good
- Life Writing
- Documentary Making for Social Justice
- Gender Issues in the Developing World
- Urban Education and Multiculturalism
- Literacy and Social Justice
- Spirituality and Sustainability
- Ignatian Spirituality
- Social Justice and the Arts
Get Involved with the Justice and the Arts Initiative (JAI)
For more information, visit the JAI website.
Share Your Experience of Immersion
The Santa Clara
Santa Clara Review
Consider Deepening Your Immersion/Volunteer Experience After Graduation
In exploring other options, feel free to talk with the Ignatian Center, Campus Ministry, and the Career Center staff.
Recommended Reading for Further Reflection
Paul Rogat Loeb, The Impossible Will Take a Little While: A Citizen's Guide to Hope in a Time of Fear (2004)
Jim Wallis and Joyce Hollyday, Cloud of Witnesses (2005)
Michael Himes, et al., Doing the Truth in Love (1995)
Barbara Kingsolver, Household Words (2003)
Johnathan Kozol, Amazing Grace (1996)
Joseph Stiglitz, Globalization and its Discontents (2003)
Dean Brackley, S.J., The Call to Discernment (2004)