The goal of the Center for Student Involvement (formerly known as Service Learning Center) at GCC is to serve as a resource and assist students in becoming more involved in the communities in which they live and work as well as on campus. We achieve this through a variety of ways:
- Community Service Learning opportunities offered through various courses;
- On and off campus community service opportunities
- Special programs such as Students Talk About Race, S.P.A.R.K, and Shadow Days
- Volunteer Fairs held on campus
- And much much more
Please explore our website and the different programs offered through CSI. We have a database of over 180 non-profit organizations sure to fit something of your interest.
CSI Service Area Outcome
The Center for Student Involvement initiates, implements, and sustains civic engagement opportunities that promote diversity, critical thinking, personal responsibility, and communication skills for all students.
CSI Service Learning Outcomes
Students will indicate that they have improved communication skills as a result of participating in CSI activities.
Students will indicate that they have gained a greater appreciation of diversity as a result of participating in CSI activities.
Students will report an increase in understanding their role in the community and their contribution to society.
Students will report an increase in problem-solving skills as a result of being involved in service activities.