EJP offers upper-division (300- and 400-level) University of Illinois courses to men incarcerated at Danville prison.
EJP writing workshops offer guided instruction and practice in a wide variety of writing-related subjects.
Math & Science workshops help students gain confidence in foundational math and science skills and develop a greater appreciation for these subjects.
Language Partners involves EJP students providing English as a Second Language instruction to English language learners from the general prison population.
EJP’s speaker series offers an opportunity for all EJPers to gather and engage a guest speaker in intellectual conversation.
The Mindfulness Discussion Group (MDG) introduces students to theory and research in the field of mindfulness and to meditation practices.
The Writing and Research Center (WRC) is EJP's writing center initiative and tutoring program. WRC consists of two library resource rooms and a computer lab and is open...
Education Justice Radio is the weekly radio program hosted by the Education Justice Project on WRFU.
The EJP computer lab hosts software and resources that support EJP curricular and extracurricular activities.
PJP is a registered student organization affiliated with EJP. It hosts regular events on the Urbana campus related to incarceration and social justice .
FACE stands for Family and Community Engagement. This initiative is concerned with the wellbeing of the family members and friends of EJP students.