Frequently Asked Questions
How do I find a student organization?
Finding a student organization is easy! A current list of all active Registered Student Organizations is available on OrgSync. If you see one that you are interested in, click on the "On Orgsync.com" button. You'll be able to find contact info for the President or other representatives of the organization to connect with to get more information. Another great way to find organizations is to attend Campus Life Night in the fall or winter.
How do I get involved?
There's a variety of ways to get involved at GVSU. It all depends on how you want to get involved. To get involved with community service and leadership opportunities visit the Community Service Learning Center (CSLC). A current list of all active Registered Student Organizations is available on OrgSync.
If you are looking for student involvement check out a current list of all active Registered Student Organizations on OrgSync.
How do I find volunteer & community service opportunities?
Visit the Community Service Learning Center (CSLC) for a wide range of opportunities to serve as an individual or with a group, one-time or long-term opportunities, and much more!
How do I track my volunteer, community service, and philanthropic experiences?
Record your experiences on Service Tracker. Visit the Community Service Learning Center's (CSLC) page for information and resources that will aid you in reporting your service experiences and building your service portfolio.
How do I plan a community service opportunity for my group?
Start by contacting the student consultants at the Community Service Learning Center (CSLC). They are trained to help groups explore options and connect with an opportunity.
How do I get an I am Grand Valley t-shirt?
Nominees for I am Grand Valley receive a t-shirt annually in January. Note that you must RSVP for the I am Grand Valley Leadership Reception to actually receive one.
How do I get recognized for my contributions on campus?
Students are recognized on campus in a number of ways including the Student Life Awards (programming, organizational, and individual awards), I am Grand Valley, and more. Click here for more information. A number of other offices additionally recognize students with specific contributions to campus life such the Community Service Learning Center and Intersections.
Where can I find employment opportunities with the Office of Student Life?
The Office of Student Life posts positions online periodically throughout the year. Check LakerJobs for open positions and other employment opportunities on campus.