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Service Learning Trips

Each year, groups of DePaul students spend parts of their well-deserved breaks traveling to serve people in need, including detained immigrants along the Texas-Mexico border, the homeless population in Washington, D.C. and families rebuilding in New Orleans. These trips are generally sponsored by University Ministry and the Asylum and Refugee Clinic​. The destination and availability of course credit vary from year to year, but one variable does not change these trips are inspiring, often life-changing experiences for students who participate.

For more information on signing up for a trip, contact Thomas Judge at for UMIN trips or Professor Siobhan Albiol at for information about the based trip to Harlingen, Texas​. ​