In-person and online volunteer opportunities are available.
Vice President for Student Affairs Lori McDonald launched a new series of video interviews with her directors to keep students updated on available support in this new virtual era for campus.
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Hundreds of volunteers banded together Jan. 13 in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to make these and other projects come to life. In all, Bennion Center student leader Bryan Luu coordinated 11 different projects community partners identified as priorities.
U students across campus find ways to give back to the community and help those in need.
Students give back during fall alternative breaks. Deadline for spring break trips is Nov. 27.
How three U students put their educations to practice during summer break.
Underserved students get a taste for physics during Project Youth 2017.