Volunteering at UCCS
Hard-Charging Students Changing Countless Lives
Students at UCCS are ambitious, passionate and dedicated. They’re natural leaders, and many crave opportunities to give back to the community. Through programs at UCCS like UCCSlead, the Center for Service Learning Internship and Community Engagement (SLICE), our Center for Civic Engagement and Service (CCES) and more, our students have countless opportunities to change the world for the better.
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Peak Learning Experiences
This center, in our College of Letters Arts and Sciences, is devoted to fostering quality experiential learning opportunities for students, creating valuable campus-community partnerships.
Our student leaders often relish opportunities to give back, and through UCCSlead, students have the ability to engage a food pantry, community organizations like the Boys & Girls club, group service opportunities and much more.
Class of 2017
“Volunteering for a cause you care about, or learning about what other people are volunteering for can be beneficial. On Mountain Lion Connect, students can click on the Service Opportunities tab to find several different volunteer options to sign up for. The Office of Sustainability website provides information for several organizations including Volunteer Match, Citizen Match, the Catamount Institute and The Kami Project. UCCS students can register with the Volunteer Information Network and Community Exchange to match their skills with a community organization that is looking for volunteers. The Career Center is also available to students to ask for volunteer opportunities.”
At UCCS, students have endless opportunities to get involved in supporting a good cause.