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Whether you're building homes for low-income families, working to save the planet or tutoring students in a developing nation, you don't just enhance the lives of others when you volunteer.
You enrich your own life as well.
You'll have countless opportunities to make a difference during your time at Susquehanna, starting with a service trip the summer before your first year.
Our David '69 and Sharon Johnson Center for Civic Engagement is in many ways the hub of social responsibility at Susquehanna. It's the place where volunteers meet, plan and get inspired. And where you might be able to find an on-campus job to expand on your love of service while building skills for your resume.
We're here to help you find direction for your desire to change the world.
Get Involved with Volunteer Experiences (SU GIVE) is an SU tradition and a rewarding day of service for first-year students.
Students and alumni alike step it up each April with volunteer service near campus and regions beyond.
This one-week service learning opportunity gives a select group of incoming first-year students a unique chance to get involved.
Are you ready to put your commitment to service into action? Then apply for the SU Service Leaders Program!
We partner with the American Red Cross to sponsor blood drives on campus five times throughout the year.
Hunger and Poverty Simulations
Students experience a little of what it's like to be in need and learn what they can do to help.
MLK Day of Service
Every January, students honor Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy by volunteering throughout the community.
Nutritious, organic food is grown by volunteers and distributed to local organizations serving families in need.
Students generously donate to the annual holiday food drive.
Make a difference on campus and in the community by participating in one of Susquehanna University’s many volunteer and service organizations.
Every student at Susquehanna studies off campus-whether abroad or in the U.S.—for at least two weeks. And many of those trips include volunteerism and service learning
Apply for the SU Service Leaders Program! You'll serve a local community partner focused on youth in a four-year internship-based placement and receive $5,000 annually in return for your service.