A Holy Cross education enables students to "think, act and lead with courage toward the creation of a just and compassionate world."  As a member of the Justice Scholars Program, students engage their learning through service, justice and scholarship.  Learning with and from community partners on site and through innovative learning modules, students will gain knowledge and understanding of community engaged scholarship and active citizenry.

As Justice Scholars, students will receive financial benefits to use toward one of the following:

  • H.O.P.E. Service Immersions
  • Conferences Exploring Service, Social Justice and Community Engaged Learning
  • Speakers or Community Programs on Campus or in the community
  • Donation to Local Community Partner

Additional Benefits:

  • Mentorship from seasoned Justice Scholar Mentor 
  • Synthesis of service & justice work
  • Hands on experience learning how to make service & justice a part of life choices
  • Pathway to active participation in living the mission of Stonehill College


  • Monthly meeting with Justice Scholar cohort
  • 30 hours of community service through the Community Engagement Program
  • Serve as active member of Residence Hall Association Community Service Team
  • Promote and participate in Community Engagement Program events and reflections
  • Participate in either H.O.P.E. Service Immersion Program or Urban/Rural Immersions
  • Monthly reflection paper on service experience
  • Monthly check-in with Justice Scholar Mentor
  • Assistance with Justice Scholar Mentor advocacy and educational events on campus

Application Process

  • 2020 Application Process To Be Announced

Assistant Director of Campus Ministry