Saluki Volunteer Corps Main Content
Build your skills as an engaged, aware, and responsible citizen through co-curricular and course-based opportunities. Service and civic involvement engage students in educational opportunities that encourage self-reflection and to develop as citizen-scholars.
Your volunteering allows you to propel your future forward through a number of benefits, including:
- Exploring your academic major and/or new careers.
- Connecting classroom learning to hands-on situations.
- Gaining leadership skills and enhance your resume.
- Receiving a transcript notation for volunteering.
- Getting to know and connect to the community.
- Meeting other students with similar interests.
For a listing of volunteer opportunities, please view the current Saluki Volunteer Corps Roster. To request a Student Involvement Transcript (SIT) please call the Center for Service-Learning and Volunteerism.
To request a Student Involvement Transcript (SIT) please call the Center for Service-Learning and Volunteerism. The SIT includes a student's academic-related volunteeractivity, community service, organizational involvement and leadership experience. There is no fee for the SIT; however, the student must take the initiative to set up an appointment to see us and request this document. The SIT is an excellent tool for documenting a student's out-of-classroom education to graduate and professional schools, as well as potential employers and thus allows the involved student to stand out in competitive venues. It is best to request the SIT about two-three months prior to graduation.