Education is an increasingly necessary “good” that can mean the difference between a life of poverty and degradation or one with meaning and dignity. As the key to employment, it is a social necessity and not a privilege. It can insure survival and a future for oneself and one’s family. Jesuit education has always aimed to form men and women for others and for leadership. Talented men and women who can contribute to the advancement of their community come from every social, racial, ethnic, and religious group. How can we bring higher education to more of those without access, yet have a burning desire to make of themselves and their community something better? This task force will explore what programs and opportunities exist and how each of our institutions might contribute?