The Micah Program
Where students from all majors live, study and serve together





In the Micah Program, there are two communities to choose from:

Faith and Service, a community for both men and women, or
Women, Faith and Service, a community just for women

Students from all faiths and all majors are invited to apply
In the Micah Program's First-year Communities, students take special Micah sections of core courses integrated around issues of service and social justice (two in the fall and at least one in the spring). They perform at least 30 hours of community service each semester, and they live together in one of two Micah floor-communities on campus:
  • The Faith and Service Community occupies two floors in Marguerite Hall. It is co-educational, with suites reserved for men located on the same floors as suites for women. In its courses and Community Nights, it focuses broadly on faith and service among the urban poor. Click here to learn more.
  • The Women, Faith and Service Community occupies a wing of a floor in Walsh Hall, an all-women’s residence for first-year students. This Micah community is for women interested in exploring their faith and serving those in poverty in ways that explore creative approaches to the special problems of women and families. Click here to learn more.

In both communities, Micah first-years interact with older Micah students who serve as Mentors or Community-Night Leaders.



The Micah Program of Saint Louis University
- A faith-based academic program focused on service and community.