Many graduate students participate in serving people and organizations in need. Faculty are equally committed to service, and they integrate service projects into the curriculum so graduate students can give back to their community while earning credit in meaningful work.
- Internships offer another way to participate in community outreach while working toward your graduate degree. Master of Education in Educational Administration students certifying for elementary and secondary school principal and supervisor of special education positions complete internships, offering meaningful, "on the job" experience.
- The GSGA donates funds and organizes volunteer opportunities in the community.
- Lambda Alpha Espilon (LAE), the Ambrose chapter of the American Criminal Justice Association, passes out safety tips for trick or treating in Davenport and organizes activities for National Sexual Assault Awareness month in April.
Serve your fellow graduate students
Members of our Graduate Student Government Association ensure your voice is heard. Get involved yourself! GSGA meets monthly and tackles issues important to you while representing the graduate student perspective on many university committees.