Loyola University Community Action Program (LUCAP)
LUCAP, the Loyola University Community Action Program, is a student-initiated, student-led volunteer service and advocacy organization. LUCAP is open to all students, offering them opportunities for direct service related to social justice issues, including environmental issues.
Visit Loyola University Community Action Program (on Facebook).
The Sustainability Committee is made up of Loyola students, staff and faculty who take on a variety of campus environmental issues. Contact (Chair) Dr. Bob Thomas (email@example.com) to get on the email list for meeting announcements and campus greening discussions.
Loyola New Orleans Natural History Club
The Loyola New Orleans Natural History Club organizes field trips for the Loyola community to historically significant native ecosystems. Visit Loyola New Orleans Natural History Club (on Facebook).
Environmental Law Society (ELS)
The Environmental Law Society performs community service activities related to environmental education and protection, sponsors law school events to focus awareness on environmental issues, maintains an information board presenting news articles on current local, state, national, and world environmental issues, and hosts speakers and discussions.
SEA (Students for Environmental Action)
SEA is a student-led organization that is calling on Loyola University that wants to create a safe space for all Loyola students to have important discussions not only about the environment as a whole but how to make Loyola a greener campus. The club is currently working on sustainability in our dining hall, planning coordination with the office of Diversity and Inclusion on issues of environmental racism, and improving recycling on our campus.