Get Up and Give Back! Volunteer Programs at Campus Life is your link to getting involved in the community. We are here to help you find meaningful opportunities to give back to the community. We offer on-campus volunteer opportunities, as well as, service projects in the local community and nationally!

Whether you are an education major or biology major we can help you find something to match your interests. If you have yet to decide your major, volunteering in the community is a great way to explore careers! Come in, check it out and find an opportunity that suits you!

Student Employment Center

Students volunteer and work throughout Campus Life, helping us stay in step with the needs and interests of the CL Community. The following list provides venues where you can volunteer in Campus Life. For employment opportunities, please visit CL Student Employment Center

  • Academic Support and Access Center
  • Student Conduct & Conflict Resolution Services
  • Center for Community Engagement & Service
  • Center for Diversity and Inclusion
  • International Student & Scholar Services
  • Student Activities


On-campus volunteer opportunities are for students and alumni only. Contact us to add yourself to our on-campus volunteer database!

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Volunteer Application

Volunteering on campus is an ideal way for University students (and alumni) to get involved and make new friends through interaction with peers, faculty and staff, while networking in the community

What's in it for you?

Volunteering is a great way to get experience. Be sure to list it on your résumé and it will be seen by many of your potential employers as a demonstration of initiative, resourcefulness and commitment.

What else do you get from volunteering? We're glad you asked!

  • An opportunity to contribute to your community
  • The discovery of new interests
  • A "heads up" on other unique events and opportunities
  • Networking possibilities
And remember...

A key factor to remember when it’s best to volunteer is to check your schedule before you commit. The success of an event can be dependent on you, so when you do commit, follow through and do what you volunteered to do; show up, go the extra mile to show that you’re dependable, and have fun!

The impression you make will speak volumes. University is legally mandated to provide Customer Service information and training to all employees, volunteers and student leaders.

Professional Associations

A number of College programs are affiliated with professional associations. If you are interested in finding out more about professional associations in your field of study, please contact the Coordinator of your program.