||The Micah Program
Where students from all majors live, study and serve together
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The Urban Project
Do you love community service?
Do you want to help improve life in the city?
You'll find the Micah Program a great way to get started in college!
a Micah student, you will
with other freshmen who love service
a diverse community of students - diverse majors,
co-ed floors in Marguerite Hall (approximately 60
- two doubles connected by a bathroom (4 women or
sophomore mentors living with the freshman community
service in neighborhoods surrounding campus
and large group service opportunites
30 hours per semester required
a dozen service sites to choose from
arranged to fit your schedule and transportation
some of your freshman courses with other Micah students
courses in the fall and at least one course in the
fulfill some of the core requirements for most majors
a floor with freshmen who think faith is important
gathers once a week for about an hour
Saint Louis University and the Micah Program were recognized in Saviors of Our Cities: A Survey of Best College and University Civic Partnerships. The survey concluded that
Louis University reflects the best of the Jesuit devotion
to the inner city poor. Foregoing an opportunity to move
to a suburban location,the university chose to remain
and help revitalize downtown St. Louis. The university
has created a remarkable community service institution
in the form of the Micah Program. This program ... effectively
links administrative, faculty, and student resources with
a variety of community partners.
Students from all faiths & all majors are encouraged to apply!
The Micah Program of Saint Louis University
- A faith-based academic program focused on service & community.