Getting involved in on-campus and off-campus community service projects is a tradition at Oklahoma State University. The Student Volunteer Center's goal is to introduce volunteerism as a way to bring together different groups of people. Since the the Center's founding, thousands of civic-minded students, staff and faculty have acted to solve problems by offering their talents through active engagement with community non-profit agencies, public schools, medical service organizations and numerous other community partners.
Why Get Involved? We get it, you're busy. The time between classes, studying, and part-time jobs can be minimal at best. But at the Student Volunteer Center we encourage you to find something you are passionate about, get out there, and make a difference with whatever amount of time you have available! In addition to the lives you'll change and the friends you will make, your volunteer experience can lead to valuable networking connections and work experience.
OSU Students- How to Get Involved
You must sign-up as an OSU Volunteer online by joining the Student Volunteer Center on CampusLink website. Click here to sign-up. Check out our CampusLink profile for upcoming service events!
We want you to find your service passion.
The Student Volunteer Center continually receives requests from our community partners for different volunteer requests.
Once you've volunteered, you must record your volunteer hours on CampusLink to qualify for the honorary orange CORD. Click here to learn about recording your hours.
Also, check out any opportunities within your college.
OSU Ambassador volunteering with Jackie's House in the Dominican Republic.