San Diego Immersion

Jan. 14- 18, 2019

“What we would like to do is change the world...by crying out unceasingly for the rights of the poor. We can throw our pebble in the pond and be confident that its ever widening circle will reach around the world.”

- Dorothy Day

Make your intersession truly extraordinary while getting to know your city like never before!

Focused on the issues of hunger, homelessness, affordable housing and access to healthcare, the San Diego Immersion takes place January 14 - 18, 2019.  Like the other Romero Immersion Programs, the San Diego immersion will allow you to explore the values of social justice, spirituality, solidarity and simplicity through relationship building, service, education and reflection.

The group will stay at a church downtown and spend time partnering with various social service agencies such as Catholic Charities and Father Joe's Villages.

The San Diego immersion is exclusively for First Year Students.  It is a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the social justice issues impacting our local community while developing friendships with a great group of fellow first year students. 

How do I register? Applications are available for download here.  They are due by Sunday, December 2nd. Please turn in completed applications to UC 238 or via email at mariag@sandiego.edu.

How much does it cost?
The total cost is $80 and includes all meals, transportation and lodging.  If finances are a concern please contact Maria Gaughan at mariag@sandiego.edu.  Financial assistance is available.