USF President Speaks Out in Support of Undocumented Students

Jesuit college and university leaders across the country have been taking public stands in support of undocumented students since the results of the U.S. presidential election became clear. Earlier this week Fr. Paul Fitzgerald, S.J., president of University of San Francisco, spoke out during an interview with CNN.

Faculty and Staff of California’s Jesuit Universities Sign Letter of Support for Domestic Worker Bill of Rights

Informed by the Catholic social tradition of justice for workers, faculty and staff at the three Jesuit universities within the California Province have signed a letter in support of the California Domestic Worker Bill of Rights.

Migration is one of world’s biggest crises. What USF plans to do about it.

This fall, the University of San Francisco (USF) is launching a unique academic program in partnership with the Jesuit university in Mexico City (Iberoamericana) to train professionals and researchers on the many perspectives involved in understanding migration and supporting the personal, social, legal and spiritual needs of migrants and refugees. USF’s Master in Migration Studies is unique not only because of its interdisciplinary approach, but because it involves continuous field experiences with migrants.