You can help develop a supportive environment where students thrive.
Opportunities are available for emeriti and retirees to continue serving the university and our students in partnership with Student Affairs. Volunteers will help provide exceptional services and programs to help students be their best.
With support from the Collegiate Recovery Community, Big Red Resilience & Well-being is hosting sober tailgates before Husker football games on October 1 & 29. Each tailgate begins three hours before kick off. Volunteers will greet guests, monitor food and beverage, help with setup and teardown and mingle with guests.
Approx. 3 hours
STUDENT COAT DRIVE
Help keep Husker students warm this winter by donating new coats.
Volunteers are sought to join students at monthly community engagement and volunteer opportunities. Opportunities vary by month, but typically take place on Fridays.
Typically 1-3 hours
Volunteers are sought to support the University Catering efforts by volunteering for various catering events. This is a great, dynamic way to engage with campus. Responsibilities are flexible and include front of house opportunities like serving as well as back of house activities like prep work. Limited on-the-job training is required.
Depends on event.
STUDENT CONDUCT BOARD
Student Conduct and Community Standards is seeking current and former faculty or staff to serve as members of the University Conduct Board. Board members review information regarding alleged violations of the Code, make factual findings, and decide what, if any, sanctions are appropriate for the alleged misconduct. Board members receive training throughout the academic year and are expected to become very familiar with the Code’s substantive and procedural provisions.
Once per month after training. Each hearing lasts approximately 2-4 hours.