Public Service Internships
The Public Service Internship program at The University of Tulsa offers students the opportunity to expand their educational experience, enhance their career options, increase their understanding of public and community service, and make worthwhile contributions to the people and organization they serve. Internships are developed in coordination with nonprofit, service-oriented agencies.
Organization/Club Service Activities
The Office of University and Community Engagement regularly helps TU's organizations and clubs identify and complete worthwhile service projects, such as preparing sandwiches for a local homeless shelter.
Students in the work-study program may seek paid placements with community service agencies. Students have helped in neighborhood public schools, agencies such as Big Brothers and Sisters, and local hospitals.
Whether it is repainting a house in the Kendall-Whittier neighborhood or planting marigolds on campus, students often can be found coordinating ad-hoc projects through the Office of University and Community Engagement.
The Office of University and Community Engagement coordinates TU's annual United Way campaign. The University has exceeded its campaign goals for the past nine years.