Student Involvement Fair
Getting involved on campus is very important to student success. But, where do you start? The answer is at the Student Involvement Fair!
Hawkeye Service Breaks
The University of Iowa's Hawkeye Service Breaks program exists to promote service learning, social justice, and community building to University of Iowa students through a service immersion experience.
MLK Day of Service
Recognition of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthdate has been a tradition at the University of Iowa since 1969, and the national holiday has been observed through human rights programs since its inception in 1986. In 1990 the University initiated the Human Rights convocation program. Afternoon classes were canceled to encourage student, faculty, and staff participation in programs that encourage dialogue about diversity and reinforce the principle that the University is a forum for the free exchange of ideas. The convocation has been an opportunity for serious thinking by all of us about issues of social justice, human rights, and world peace.
Student United Way
Students interested in becoming an Ambassador or part of the Executive Team should complete an application in the spring semester. Contact our executive team at email@example.com with questions or for more information.
The Community Space is a centralized location where resources for service and volunteer opportunities can be provided. These opportunities are available for students and student groups with or without prior experience in service. That means, if you have never participated in service events, we are more than happy to help guide you through the process of getting started. If you have prior experience with service and volunteering but would like to expand your participation further, this is a great opportunity to brainstorm and establish new relationships with community partners.