Winter Break Immersions
Los Angeles, California
Learn about local community response to issues of poverty, education, and gang violence.
Delve deeply into the daily workings of one community in Ecuador.
San Francisco, California
See a different side of San Francisco and the issue of homelessness.
Delve deeply into the daily workings of a L'Arche community in Tacoma.
Spring Break Immersions
Delve into the complex issue of immigration.
Appalachia, West Virginia
Learn about community development, culture, and environmental issues in the region.
A peak into monastic life, with focus on prayer and the relationship between nature and spirituality.
Learn about the country from a human, economic, social, cultural and historical perspective.
Class of 2022 - San Jose, California
Learn about homelessness in SCU's backyard and the work of local agencies to combat poverty.
Engage both urban and rural communities in the world's second most populated country.
Learn from and with indigenous communities about politics, culture, and spirituality.
Laudato Si in action: Amerindian communities in the Guyana-Brazil border
Immersion Cost and Fundraising
- The application for Winter Immersions is closed.
- Applications for Spring Break Immersions will open on Wednesday, November 28th.
Selected participants for immersions will be expected to attend 4–5 pre-trip meetings and a pre-trip weekend retreat, as well as 3 post-trip meetings upon return.