There are a number of opportunities for community service on campus, which are run out of various offices. They include:
- Health Services’ two annual blood drives
- Community service projects organized by the Alumnae Office
- Residence hall programs organized by the student Residence Life Staff
- Days of service organized by Student Services linked to both fall and spring Orientation, and then approximately once a month during the academic year
- Alternative Spring Break - an extremely rewarding way to spend your spring break giving back to those in need, organized by Student Services
- Wednesday morning runs with Back on My Feet organized by Student Services www.backonmyfeet.org
- Volunteer opportunities through Locks Career Center for which students in the Federal Workstudy Program can earn their workstudy awards by doing community service with an off-campus, arts-related organization.
Students interested in community service should contact the people/offices listed above or come to Student Services and speak with the Assistant Dean of Students for more opportunities.
There are also opportunities for students in the Federal Workstudy Program to earn their workstudy awards by doing community service with an off-campus, arts-related organization. To find out more about these opportunities, contact Moore’s Locks Career Center.