Make a difference on campus and in the community by participating in one of Susquehanna University's many volunteer and service organizations!
Service is an integral part of campus life. Each year, more than 25,000 hours of community service are performed by members of the campus community.
Many of the volunteer and service organizations are advised by the David '69 & Sharon Johnson Center for Civic Engagement staff.
Community Food Action Team
Bring free, healthy food to those in need in the Selinsgrove area.
You'll help host monthly free community breakfasts, assist Meals for Seals with their weekend backpack program for school children and serve meals at the local Martha's Table program.
More Volunteer & Service Organizations
Alpha Phi Omega—A national service fraternity that allows you to develop leadership skills and forge friendships through service.
Circle K—Join in campus and community service through affiliation with Kiwanis International.
Community Food Action Team (CFAT)—A student-run organization that partners with the SU Campus Garden and other groups to provide quality food to those that need it most.
Colleges Against Cancer—Promote awareness, advocacy and prevention programs on campus and raise money through American Cancer Society-approved fundraisers, including the annual Relay for Life.
Habitat for Humanity—Help build safe, affordable housing for low-income families.
Operation Smile—Create funds and awareness for children that suffer with cleft palates.
People Serving People—Increase awareness about the impact of homelessness and raises money for the cause.
Senior Friends—Interact with the elderly and mentally challenged in the Central Susquehanna Valley.
Student Awareness for the Value of the Environment (SAVE)—Build awareness about current environmental issues and provide strategies for sustainable living.
Study Buddy—Tutor students at the Selinsgrove Intermediate School in math and reading skills.