CILSA promotes a culture of service and social justice education consonant with Catholic social teaching and integrating the three traditions of the College: Catholic, Lasallian, and liberal arts.
The Cummins Institute seeks to deepen appreciation among all constituents of the campus community for the beauty, wisdom, vitality, and diversity of the Catholic tradition.
The Henning Institute is a center for the study of Catholic social thought, with special emphasis on the question of human work and its centrality to the common good.
School of Liberal Arts
The Center for Engaged Religious Pluralism addresses issues in the public square by engaging religiously diverse perspectives to work toward a more inclusive political culture and solutions to public policy issues.
School of Economics & Business Administration
The center fosters and supports the work Saint Mary's faculty in the area of responsible business and provides opportunities for faculty, students and community partners to collaborate on research, outreach and engagement.
The center brings together faculty, students, and alumni with business, governmental and nonprofit groups in the San Francisco East Bay, the Greater San Francisco Bay Area, and the Asia-Pacific Region in support of an economy that is economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable.
The Guyette Leadership Fellows program aims to develop the next generation of business leaders for a changing world. Leadership Fellows are selected by a competitive process, based on accomplishments and leadership potential.
Kalmanovitz School of Education
The Leadership Center provides a unique setting for developing valuable leadership skills and capacities in individuals and organizations facing complex public and private sector challenges.
The Center for Environmental Literacy supports and advances interdisciplinary, place-based education for sustainable living.
Lasallian schools are established to provide a quality education for youth, with a preference for serving the poor. This program prepares educators for Lasallian schools in San Francisco.