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Health Considerations for the 2021-2022 year

  • When you volunteer, follow the organization's health and safety practices. If you find that the organization is not following Illinois' public health guidelines, please leave and tell the CSLV.
  • Remember to volunteer with organizations that are local to SIU Carbondale. Posts on the Saluki Volunteer Portal are all pre-approved. 
  • The CSLV will still accept paper forms, but we encourage you to use the digital form to document your work. (On the Saluki Volunteer Portal click on your photo, then Track Hours, then Add Hours.)

Please send your questions to volunteer@siu.edu.

Do you want to make a difference?

Community service and service-learning are great ways to get the most out of your Saluki experience. You can make new friends, build skills, and have fun while serving others. Students can explore local volunteer needs and track hours on the Saluki Volunteer Portal

Vision: The CSLV empowers students to become engaged citizens who understand the interdependent nature of our society.

Mission: The CSLV connects students to volunteer opportunities and local needs that align with their interests and coursework, engaging them in meaningful service as active learners.