Move the world by letting the world move you.
The Iona College Office of Mission and Ministry is dedicated to keeping the mission of service, justice and spirituality conscious in the minds and hearts of the college community. We are inspired by the Catholic tradition and the charism of Blessed Edmund Rice as we seek to build a caring community of faith and compassion. Read more about our Mission
The Office of Mission and Ministry provides students and the community at large with many opportunities for:
During this covid-19 pandemic, the Office of Mission and Ministry will provide a Prayer Service and Reflection weekly.
The readings are based on the Sunday Lectionary of the Catholic liturgy.
The reflections are offered by the college Chaplain and other members of the OMM staff.
See the prayer service for the Feast of the Ascension, May 21, here.
Attention Incoming Class of 2024
Are you interested in doing service, learning more about Iona College and the local community, and want to see what the Office of Mission and Ministry offers? Get Moving! is a two-day service and leadership immersion available for the incoming freshman class. Get to know your fellow classmates, meet student leaders, and get a taste of different service opportunities available on campus.
Learn more about Get Moving! now.
Iona College Tutors Online
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Iona has launched a free, online tutoring program for grades 1-12: Iona College Tutors Online (ICTO). This July, ICTO is partnering with the New Rochelle school district to offer online tutoring sessions to New Rochelle residents Tuesday-Thursday, from 1-3 p.m. All sessions are hosted by Iona faculty, staff, students, and alumni. The program will also reopen in the Fall, when it will resume it's Monday-Thursday, 4-5 p.m. schedule.
Learn more about Iona College Tutors Online.
Iona Students, Faculty and Staff
Are you interested in becoming a volunteer tutor?
Visit www.iona.edu/onlinetutoring/volunteer and sign up to become a tutor today.