Community Engagement is located in the SEAS Center in the Laboratory Building. We offer many opportunities for students to become involved with the community through service.
The misson of the Community Engagement Office is to be a driving and innovative force that advances our campus' committment to serving our surrounding communities and enables our students to engage in critical inquiry and hands-on service.
Cadets can receive the Community Service Ribbon through demonstration of exemplary continuous community service hours (15+ per semester) that are documented through Community Engagement.
Ribbon recipients who complete the criteria for the Community Service Ribbon in subsequent semesters will be awarded stars, as per the Leadership award model:
Cadets who complete a minimum of 60 hours of community service throughout the course of an academic year will receive a sweatshirt in recognition of their efforts.
Cadets must have documented community service hours through Community Engagement.
Service must benefit an off-campus non-profit, governmental, or educational organization.
Hours required for a class or student conduct are not counted toward the Community Service Ribbon and other awards.
Cadets approved to receive Community Service Ribbons will be recognized at the close of each semester, either during a Community Engagement awards event or at Formation, by a representative from Community Engagement.