Service & Citizenship

Service & Citizenship

The Service & Citizenship program is committed to building bridges between our campus community and the local community.

Community service opportunities help students become informed, responsible citizens. We support student volunteers by identifying opportunities, facilitating placement with service opportunities, and recognizing participation in community service. For information about service-learning opportunities related to an academic course, please refer to Career ServicesWe strive to be resources that can help match the issues our students are passionate about to the organizations or agencies that are addressing those specific issues.

Learning Outcomes

As a result of participation in community service opportunities, students will be able to:

  • Reflect on community service as a component of responsible citizenship.
  • Describe and analyze the social issues relevant to the community organization or agency in which they serve.
  • Engage in meaningful and repetitive action in local communities.

How to Submit Community Service Hours

How to View Community Service Hours

 

In Spring 2014, University Commons & Student Involvement Leadership and Service completed a Council for Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) Program Review.  We welcome you to view the Leadership and Service CAS Review Final Report.

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