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 experience service learning at WVU

Engage in service and learning with Honors 102 students at WVU Falling Run.

Honors 102 Service Event at WVU Falling Run

Honors 102 students experience the benefits of direct service within the Morgantown community by volunteering at WVU Falling Run. Through this initiative with WVU Honors College, over 800 students dedicated two service hours to a local community organization. 

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explore our impact

Reflecting on the transformative community service initiatives fueled by our Center – where passion meets purpose, and every event is a chapter in our shared goal toward community growth and engagement. 

Buck'Neers Meal Packing

With over 700 volunteers participating, WVU and The Ohio State University packed 300,000 meals to be distributed throughout our two states.

View Photos: Buck'Neers Meal Packing

MSA and Islamic Relief Food Packing Event

In total, 30,000 meals were distributed across West Virginia with the partnership of Empty Bowls of Mon County , Helpful Harvest, WVU Rack, and Pantry Plus More.

Read More: MSA and Islamic Relief Food Packing Event

AmeriCorps 9/11 National Day of Service at WV National Cemetery

On the September 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance, Americans of all ages and backgrounds are again invited to join and lead community service projects to honor the lives and service of those we lost on September 11.

Read More: AmeriCorps 9/11 National Day of Service at WV National Cemetery

WVU Rack Student Pantry

The Rack: WVU Student Food Pantry program aims to alleviate hunger for all WVU students and foster a healthy and inclusive community by providing access to food and programs.

Read More: WVU Rack Student Pantry

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Mountaineer Testimonials 

Students share their experience engaging with the Morgantown Community

Kayla Steinberger

MD/Phd StudentWVU School of Medicine

“The opportunity to connect with others, learn from others, and serve a greater purpose continues to inspire me.”

Laken Copenhaver

North Elementary GardenHonors 102, Elementary Ed.

“Being able to see the school and envision the kids having fun after our community service is important to me.” ”

Quinn Reid

Human Animal BondP2A, P2A+

“And being in P2A helped me contribute to the community in the ways I could best — utilizing the skills that were already in me and amplifying them.”

Allyson Brothers

Pantry Plus More HN&F 472, Davis College

“ My time volunteering at Pantry Plus More has definitely strengthened my knowledge on food insecurity issues in my community.”