On campus, there are many different ways for students to involve themselves with service. Below are the most common:
The Center for Social Concerns (CSC) is a University-run organization that aims to unite service- and community-based learning opportunities for students.
Student Activities Office (SAO) coordinates student clubs aand organizations, besides facilitating on-campus activities.
Student Government serves the student body at the University through the Executive Cabinet, Senate, Student Union Board (SUB) and Hall Presidents.
In addition, Residence Halls’ service commissioners are in every dorm and their duty is to connect residents with local volunteering opportunities.
The city of South Bend has around 100,000 citizens and offers countless service opportunities in areas including health care, education, poverty, and immigration.