Service-Learning Volunteer Center
To provide leadership for Oklahoma State University students by offering interactive and meaningful service-learning activities, providing research opportunities and connecting with society to promote the general welfare of its citizens.
Since its inception in 1984, the Service-Learning Volunteer Center continues to enrich lives of our community members through intergenerational and interpretive service projects. It is only through the exceptional spirit of volunteerism at Oklahoma State University that the SLVC records immense success in its programs and activities. With more than 150,000 hours of community service recorded, we continue to set and reach new goals.
The SLVC works in three major areas volunteerism, service-learning, and civic engagement. Service and Civic Engagement form one of the six pillars of the OSU Experience.
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of service hours recorded on CampusLink and is still counting.