Center for Civic and Social Change
Be the change.
Bringing the campus together
We empower students and faculty to bring their academic work and individual passions together to make a change in their local communities and around the world. The Center for Civic and Social Change brings together six core programs focused on service and change:
- Global Food Security minor
- Global Public Health minor
- Peace, Ethics, and Social Justice minor
- TARTANS Rural Teachers Corp
- Certified Peace Corps Prep Program
- Educational Garden & Farm
We also sponsor activities that enable deeper, richer connections between members of our community who are engaged in collective service.
Service and volunteer opportunities
Our service and volunteer opportunities are in partnership with the Wackerle Center for Career, Leadership & Fellowships, Student Life and Academic Affairs. For more information about service opportunities contact Mike.
The Center is engaged in a variety of academic initiatives, including civic education. We also co-sponsor Great Decisions, an annual spring lecture series.
The Center is designed to be a resource for all students, faculty, staff and Monmouth community members committed to civic engagement and affecting change, locally or globally.
Our work goes beyond our core programs
We partner with offices across campus, including the Office of Equity Inclusion & Community, Scots Wellness, and Religious and Spiritual Life to offer resources, provide support, and co-host events and programs. Our get involved section connects those interested in arts and culture, health and wellness, environmental justice and beyond with opportunities on and off campus.
Center for Civic and Social Change News
‘Inspiring Problem Solver’Shay Hafner ’22 named Newman Civic Fellow for 2021-22.Read More
Global Scots SeriesNew Zoom event begins Feb. 17 with advice from author Stacie Berdan on having a global mindset.Read More