Service and social justice are the means by which students to reach out to others in community service. Students organize trips to various community agencies during the year. Trips include both education about the social issue and the opportunity to make a positive impact locally. There are also opportunities to serve the local DUC community!

Penguin Pantry

Serve your peers every Tuesday at the Penguin Pantry. Sign up to help set up, serve and clean up as we partner with the SF-Marin Food bank. We need volunteers from 11:00am-4:00pm. Watch our VIDEO to see the process! All students, undergraduate and graduate, are invited to stop by the Penguin Pantry between 1:00-3:30pm to pick up fresh fruits and vegetables as well as non-perishable item. Questions? Contact Sr. Mary

Visiting the Retired Sisters at Lourdes Convent

Lourdes Volunteers 2017

Sign up to bring joy and engagement to the retired Dominican Sisters at Lourdes Convent, the retirement/care center for the Dominican Sisters of San Rafael.  Located across the street from Bertrand Hall, Lourdes residents love to have students visit to play, pray, read, walk and visit. They also tell great stories of Dominican's history. For more information contact: Sr. Mary.

2018 Fall Opportunities

Alzheimer's Walk - Sunday, October 14, 2018

Join the Dominican Sisters as we talk laps to raise awareness and money to aid those with Alzheimers. Set up begins at 10:00am, walk from 10:30-11:30am and clean up until 11:50am. Sign up in the CM newsletter. For more information contact Sr. Mary.


Hunger Homelessness Awareness Week - November 10-17, 2018

Each semester, the Campus Ministry student leaders, the Siena Leadership Team, plan, implement and participate in a week long awareness-raising project known as Hunger Homelessness Awareness Week. This year's events: Service Saturday, HHAW Mass on Sunday; Hunger Banquet Monday; Tuesday Tabling and Street Chaplaincy Dinner, Interactive Art Project; Wednesday art project and Movie: A Seat at the Tabel; Thursday night Solidarity Sleep Out; Friday morning Solidarity Sleep Out Reflection breakfast and Movie with Meaning: The Pursuit of Happyness. Sign up for various events in the CM Newsletter.

Volunteer Opportunity after Graduation

Dominican Volunteers USA searches for new frontiers for the faith by inviting men and women to walk with us in mission as volunteers. Through our program, lay men and women volunteer for 10-12 months in mission while living in intentional Dominican community. Together, we respond to the needs of our sisters and brothers, especially those who are poor and marginalized. We live out the Dominican mission of proclaiming the gospel through our ministry, common life, prayer and study within a diverse, inter-generational community. DUC graduate, Jennifer Doerring '17, shares her experience from this year. For more information, contact Megan Rupp, co-director, at 312-226-0919. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis until June 30th or until all positions are filled.