Every day, University students visit local group homes, participate in Habit for Humanity projects, mentor local teens, work with dozens of afterschool programs, and host countless special events.
- Hundreds of students have joined service-oriented clubs and organizations. Rotaract, Circle K, Alpha Phi Omega, Relay for Life, ABC (alternative spring break trips) are long-standing organizations focused on service. Over a dozen fraternities and sororities are actively fundraising for causes such as the Children's Miracle Network and are involved in many local service projects.
- From social work to recreation management, psychology to business, students are connecting their learning to work in the community.
- Students can earn an Associate Degree in Community Leadership, developing skills in supervising volunteers, grant writing, marketing and special events programming.
- Internships in non-profits help students develop leadership and work-related skills.
- Many graduating students have participated in national and international service program such as Peace Corps and the Student Conservation Association (SCA), year-long opportunities to serve our communities.
- Students engaged in serving our community have led to successful careers in the nonprofit and the corporate sector.
Find us on the first floor of Hitchcock Hall in the Upper Quad.