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Summer Community Service

* We will be offering CMSV 100 this summer, but there will be a cap on the number of students who can register for the course since our service opportunities will be limited. We will follow the guideline that the service will need to be completed in Springfield/Clark County, and primarily with one of the sites listed on our Community Service Opportunities List, and registering for the course will be by permission of instructor. Students who want to register for CMSV 100 should CLICK HERE by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 22 (the link will take you to a form that will ask you to verify that you want to be registered for the course and require you to select a date/times to participate in a mandatory virtual orientation).

Community Service (CMSV 100) is required of all students to graduate. Options for completion are available each semester, including in the summer.

  • Students interested in completing the community service requirement over the summer must register for CMSV 100-01 for Term 3 by clicking on this link by 5 p.m. on Friday, May 22.

  • Students registered for the CMSV 100 course must attend a mandatory virtual orientation on Wednesday, May 27 at 4 p.m., Thursday, May 28, at 12 p.m., or Thursday, May 28, at 4 p.m. (students will select the day and time of their orientation by clicking on the link listed above).

  • Although students register for Term 3, they have between June 1 and August 23 to complete their service hours.

  • The deadline for submitting all the necessary requirements of the course is Tuesday, August 25, by 5 p.m.

  • There is no fee to register for CMSV 100 since the course is 0-credit.

  • The last day to drop without a W grade is Friday, June 26. The last day to drop with a W grade is Friday, July 31.

  • The intent of the requirement is to have students serve within the Springfield/Clark County community, and primarily with one of the partner sites listed on the Community Service Opportunities List. If a student wants to pursue a service experience that is not on the Opportunities List, then they must fill out a Self-design proposal. When reviewing the proposal, the Director of Community Service will consider if a similar opportunity can be offered in the local community, if the service meets the guidelines for CMSV 100, and if the experience allows the student to achieve the desired outcomes of CMSV 100. The self-design proposal deadline is Friday, June 12th or prior to starting the service, whichever comes first.

  • Adult/Non-traditional students should not click the link, but contact Kristen Collier, Director of Community Service, if they are interested in summer service.

  • Questions about completing CMSV 100 in the summer should be emailed to

Questions? Contact Community Service, Hagen Center, 723 N. Fountain Ave, 937-327-7523 or Kristen Collier, Director of Community Service,

Community Service Opportunities - Summer 2020

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