“Community service gives you leadership opportunities and it’s a great way to show professional schools you’re willing to step up.”
— Alana Brown’08, Biology, Now attending University of California Berkley School of Optometry
Volunteering provides an opportunity to connect academic theories with real-life results, leaving you with a broader understanding of issues that affect communities and exposed to a culture of taking action.
• learn about the challenges of citizenship,
• develop your leadership skills,
• and contribute in making our community a better place to live.
The FSC Community Service Center facilitates group and individual participation in service projects throughout the year. Clubs, departments, and campus organizations are encouraged to participate in one-day activities, special events, and on-going projects. Project ideas related to a specific major are available. Through our wide network of community partnerships, FSC students have made tremendous contributions — logging more than 32,000 hours annually.
• Habitat for Humanity
• Locks of Love
• Agape Food Banks
• Salvation Army
• Lighthouse Ministries
• Big Brothers/Big Sisters
If you would like to volunteer, please make an appointment with
Brenda Lewis, director of Community Service at 863.680.3945 to discuss your volunteer interests and ideas.
FSC was named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the fourth year in a row for exemplary service to America’s communities. | Read more
Please validate your service hours. Complete the appropriate form below and return it to the community service office.
The mission of the Florida Southern College Community Service Office is to educate and recruit members of the campus community to become active in service projects that will make a difference in our local community. | Contact Us »