The Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice
The Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice serves as a liaison between the Fordham community and the local communities. The Center helps connect students to service and social justice related community experiences through volunteer, service learning, and nonprofit internship opportunities. Within our Jesuit and Catholic tradition, we encourage students to stand in solidarity with those on the margins and help create a better world for all of us.
Apply to Urban Plunge 2016!
All incoming freshmen students are welcome to apply!
Urban Plunge is a pre-orientation program, run by the Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice (DDCSJ), for first year undergraduate students who share a commitment to community service, reflection and social justice. Urban Plunge provides an opportunity for personal growth and reflection in a context of service, diversity, art, and social justice. Urban Plunge helps introduce students to the mission of the Dorothy Day Center for Service and Justice, to the local community, to social justice and to Fordham
Urban Plunge 2015 promises to be challenging. We seek a diverse pool of applicants with an openness and willingness to learn about systems of injustice and engage in dialogue about our role within these systems. Students of color and commuters are strongly encouraged to apply!