Community service isn’t what we do. It’s who we are. When you’re a Lakeland Muskie, helping others and making your community a better place is in your DNA.
That commitment to community service starts during all freshmen’s first week on campus, when they participate in “Building Bridges” and volunteer their time at up to eight local non-profit businesses.
From that point on, the opportunities for – and involvement in – community service are frequent.
We encourage our students to participate in community service, because it aligns with our identity as a university. We think it’s a very important part of a student’s overall development into a well-rounded, civic-minded citizen.
Following are just some of the recent community service initiatives Lakeland University students have participated in:
Football players help make Halloween special
Softball players help Meals on Wheels
Delivering on a promise to Safe Harbor
Trick-or-treating ... for others
A. Chappa "Canstruction" Competition
Sheboygan County Food Bank Drive
“Red Out” at Lakeland
VITA Program Going Strong
Cards from the heart
A Walk for Peace