|Community Scholars Graduates||2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012|
In this program a selected small group of students mentor local high school sophomores and use their positive college experiences to model success. Student mentors hone their presentation and teamwork skills. The program culminates when the high school students are brought to campus to help motivate them to succeed in high school and pursue a higher education. This program satisfies the community service substitution of the Business Professional Certificate (for 1 workshop).
Enrollment in Community Scholars is limited to students who meet the following requirements:
- Be in good standing with the University
- Have a minimum 2.5 GPA
- Letter of recommendation
- Pass an interview
Other Eligible Community Service Activities
Our commitment is to assist in the development of responsible professionals engaged in civic participation through volunteer service. With that in mind we offer a list of eligible community service activities, however others may be accepted (with the approval of the Program Coordinator). Approval will be granted for volunteering regular hours (minimum of 20 hours per semester) supporting a non-profit or civic organization. It also will be granted for participating in meaningful projects.
- Alternative Spring Break
- Silent Auction
- Service Learning Center
- The Wooden Floor
- Rotary Readers
- Ronald McDonald House
- Centennial Park
- Other regular non-profit hours
- Other volunteer project
If you are interested in other activities not listed in this page, we invite you to visit the Center for Community Engagement (CCE) and learn more about their opportunities.