The Honor Roll distinction recognized UNCP’s leadership to build a culture of service and civic responsibility through volunteerism and engaged citizenship.
UNCP STUDENTS MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Many students, just like you, have made huge strides in the fight against poverty, hunger, homelessness, racial injustices, domestic abuse, and much, much more. How? It's simple. They are active, dedicated citizens who refuse to sit back and watch injustices happen. They commit, get involved and make a difference.
Join Now and start making a difference at UNCP. Track your volunteer service hours and build a Service Transcript to record your volunteer service and civic development through the Office for Community & Civic Engagement.
Often, their inspiration begins with participating in a community service project as a young adult. As a result, taking an active role in the community and helping others becomes a part of who they are. Studies show that people who actively participate in community service activities weekly live happier, healthier, and more productive lives. People who serve others often become well respected community and business leaders.
Benefits For Individuals
While making a difference in the lives of others and your community, you can...
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