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Civic Engagement & Volunteering

Learning boldly and living to inspire doesn’t wait until graduation – it’s an everyday experience at TLU.

Transformation Happens Through Relationships

Our students are empowered to collaborate for positive social change, both as local leaders and global citizens.

Working to make a difference in one's own community not only enriches the lives of those who participate, it's a way to network and make lasting connections. Most importantly, it's a way to change the quality of life for people in your community.

At TLU, faculty and staff work with the Center For Servant Leadership (CSL) Director Morgan Klaser to design service and civic engagement projects to invigorate learning about community, personal civic identity, and the strengths of both academic and community knowledge.

We understand that COVID-19 has made it difficult for some students and community members to volunteer as they normally would, so TLU CSL has compiled a list of opportunities that can be done remotely.

Virtual & Remote Volunteer Options

Ongoing Opportunities

By The Numbers (2018-2019)

2,591 Student Volunteers
31,763 Co-Curricular Hours Served
75 Civically-Engaged Courses
27 Faculty Teaching Courses

Volunteer In The Community

Servant Leader Of The Year

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Contact Us

Morgan Klaser

Connect with CSL Director Morgan Klaser to learn more about how you can volunteer or become a community partner.