Volunteerism & Civic Engagement
The Newark campus is devoted to the development of social awareness through volunteerism and civic engagement. The Office of Student Life actively promotes collaboration between the campus and community and serves as a connection point for students, faculty, staff and community-based organizations that are interested in establishing service opportunities, partnerships, and reciprocal learning opportunities. Students have the opportunity to participate in a wide array of community service activities or find academic courses that include service-learning requirements.
As a campus service volunteer you will represent the campus, meet new people, helps others and build your leadership skills. Campus-wide service initiatives include: Spring into the City, American Red Cross Blood Drives, Read to Me, Safe Trick or Treat, Make a Difference Day Ohio, Licking Co. United Way Day of Caring, and various donation drives.
To learn more about volunteer and civic engagement opportunities, contact the Office of Student Life, The John L. & Christine Warner Library and Student Center, room 226, (740) 366-9171, or email Justin Khol, Coordinator for Student Involvement.
Seeking Volunteer Opportunities?
- Pay It Forward—Ohio State Newark Students
- Habitat for Humanity International “Collegiate Challenge” (Alternative Spring Break)
Want to Get Involved?