Loving our neighbors
Any Record of Service can be submitted using our online form »
Highlights in Service for 2011 - 2012:
125th Anniversary Service Initiative
In celebration of our 125th anniversary, Campbell is focusing on service by committing to 125,000 hours of service by students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Volunteers can report their hours here.
President's Interfaith Service Campus Challenge
The President's Interfaith Service Campus Challenge is an initiative inviting instutions of higher education to commit a year of interfaith and community service programming on campus. The purpose of Campbell's participation in the Challenge is to create an environment of understanding and respect through service to the communtiy and one another.
Growth in Community Service
Community service may take the form of an individual volunteering at an animal shelter, a club tutoring at a local church, a dorm hall building a wheelchair ramp, or the student body participating in Operation Inasmuch. Campbell seeks to invest in the community by buildling long-term, sustainable relationships with community partners. Campus Ministry is in its second year with an AmeriCorps VISTA, whose position is dedicated to connecting student volunteers with the needs of the Harnett County community.
New Year of Mission Trips
Campbell students have served all over North Carolina, the country, and the world via Campus Ministry's mission trips. Mission trips always address a need in a particular community, whether that be home construction, English as a second language, or assisting with an after-school program. Mission trips match students' gifts with the needs of a person or organization. Click here to learn more about the 2011 - 2012 mission trips.