Center for Social Concerns
Over the past decade, there has been a notable increase in the amount of service work performed by U.S. college students. Between 2002 and 2005, for example, there was a 20 percent increase in volunteerism among college students nationwide.
For Notre Dame, however, volunteerism is not so much a trend as a way of life. Rooted in the University’s profound commitment to Catholic social traditions, Notre Dame students, faculty, and staff continue to lead the nation in volunteerism and service-learning. In fact, every year more than 80 percent of our undergraduates serve the local, national, and global communities through the Center for Social Concerns.
Spirit of Notre Dame seeks $3 million to assist the CSC in helping students to live out their faith-filled commitment to service and social justice.
Campaign Priorities for the Center for Social Concerns
- Seminar Series Endowments
- Course Development Grants
- Civic Engagement Project
- Endowed Directorship of Catholic Social Tradition
- Endowed Directorship of Academic Affairs and Research
- Endowed Professorship of Social Ethics
- Faculty Fellows Program
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