Community Service Report
All student clubs, organizations, athletic teams, or individuals can report their service hours by filling out the Community Service Report on RamConnect.
Clubs and Organizations
The Center for Civic Engagement & Social Action (CCESI)offers assistance to student clubs, organizations, and athletic teams that want to plan or participate in a service project. If your group is interested in learning more about how we can help you get involved, contact Kaileik Asbury or call CCESI at (610) 436-3379.
Looking to volunteer with friends? Check out the following service clubs and organizations:
Abbe Society (@theabbesociety)
The Abbé Society is an honorary service organization that awards membership to women who demonstrate and strive to uphold the qualities of friendship, leadership, and character through continuous service to the West Chester University campus and the surrounding community. The society, established in 1959, invites women who are leaders on campus and in the community.
Alpha Phi Omega (@apowcu)
Omicron Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega national service fraternity is open to all men and women of the campus community. This national fraternity is dedicated to developing leadership and providing an opportunity for its members to serve their University and community. Omicron Upsilon Chapter conducts numerous service-oriented activities at West Chester.
Best Buddies (@wcu_bestbuddies)
Best Buddies seeks to enhance the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by providing opportunities for one-to-one friendships and integrated employment. Promoting inclusion on campus, college students are matched with persons who have disabilities, creating an enriching friendship together. Join our club to have a blast at holiday parties, seasonal activities, bowling, game nights, Buddy Ball, and much more!
Bringing Hope Home (@bhhwcuchapter)
Bringing Hope Home, WCU Chapter is a club on campus which works directly with the nonprofit Bringing Hope Home to, "provide unexpected amazingness to local families with cancer through financial and emotional support."
Circle K (@wcu_circle_k)
Started in the fall of 1994, Circle K is an international service organization focusing on service, leadership, and fellowship. It is the college version of the Key Club, which exists in many high schools and is supported by the Kiwanis Club of West Chester. On a local level, it is a great opportunity to serve the community in many different ways as members gain leadership skills and have a lot of fun in the process. There is also the opportunity to be connected on an international level and therefore participate in larger group activities, district conventions, and more.
Colleges Against Cancer helps to raise awareness and money on the WCU campus in an effort to help support research and programs provided by the American Cancer Society. This is accomplished through cancer education programs, fundraising, public relations, entertainment, and relay for life.
Emergency Medical Services (@wcu_ems)
Our mission is to provide fast and effective emergency medical care to the students, employees, and visitors of West Chester University.
Friars’ Society (@friarssociety)
The Friars’ Society is an honorary service organization composed of undergraduate men who are invited into the society in recognition of outstanding leadership, honor, virtue, friendship, and character. They work to better the campus and community through community service projects.
Habitat for Humanity (@wcu_habitat)
Habitat for Humanity of Chester County's goals are summarized by their formal mission statement which reads: "...Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope." This is a service organization that divides our efforts between fundraising, conducting local community service projects, participating in builds, and much more!
MEDLIFE is an organization that helps low-income communities around the world access medicine, education, and community development.
Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity (@phisigmapiae)
Phi Sigma Pi is a gender inclusive organization dedicated to: promoting lifelong learning, inspiring members to lead, and cultivating lasting fraternal bonds, while always conducting our lives with honor. We consecrate ourselves to a life of social service with the goal of improving humanity through our principles: Scholarship, Leadership, and Fellowship.
American Red Cross Club (@redcross_wcu)
Guided by the fundamental principles of the American Red Cross and its mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies, members and volunteers will learn, practice, and exemplify humanitarian values through mission related service projects.
Rotaract Club (@rotaractclub_wcu)
The mission and goals of Rotaract WCU are to extend the commitment of Rotary International to undergraduate students, and to model and support service above self on both local and international venues. The group is sponsored by the Greater West Chester Sunrise Rotary Club.
Together We Rise (@twr_wcu)
Together We Rise volunteers and fundraises to support non-profit organizations dedicated to eliminating barriers faced by foster youth and spread awareness of the way youth navigate through the foster care system in America.
Without Limits (@wcu_withoutlimits)
A service group that serves adolescents on the Autism Spectrum here on the WCU campus. This new club provides teens with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) a social/recreational experience and provides YOU with a hands-on learning opportunity. Without Limits will also volunteer to support local agencies serving individuals with ASD and attend local and national conferences on ASD.