Learning Through Service The Jesuit Catholic tradition calls upon students to promote social justice and to discern the influence of their actions from the perspective of the poor and marginalized in society. Standing within the Catholic and Jesuit traditions, service learning at Regis University is specific in terms of its intended outcomes and its principle focus. We believe that as students work alongside community partners, they develop their capacity to listen and to learn from people whose voices are often not heard. Through these experiences, students can grow in solidarity and come to see society as an integrated, diverse whole. As members of the human community, it is easy to forget, dismiss, or distance oneself from people living the reality of marginalization. Therefore, our goal is that the students who participate will not only gain an understanding of their ability to impact their community and make a recognizable difference, but also of their responsibility to use their gifts and talents to contribute to a more just world. RHCHP for Service Learning Learn by serving your community and world. CCLS Service Learning Service Learning & The Adult Learner, A New Definition. Regis College Center for Service Learning Use your gifts and talents to contribute to a more just world.