Community Involvement

TU has many opportunities for students to get involved in philanthropic activities both on- and off- campus. Stop by the True Blue Neighbor Volunteer Center (located in Room 25 of the Holmes Student Center) to learn about volunteer opportunities and get involved. 


OpporTUnities to Serve

The Office of Student Affairs offers service internships, student organization service activities, work-study outreach programs, and other service opportunities. For more information, please contact Michael Mills at

TU's "True Blue Neighbors" program lets you get involved with:

  • Kendall-Whittier Elementary School
  • Cleveland Middle School
  • San Miguel Middle School
  • Will Rogers High School
  • The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges

Mark your calendar for Service Day

  • Each year, Service Day is held during the spring semester:
    • This year's Service Day was held on Jan. 16, 2012

    TU offers two awards for community service each year:

    The Marcy Lawless Service Award

    • Given to a graduating student (undergraduate, graduate, or law) each Fall
    • This award includes a cash stipend

    The Medicine Wheel Award  

    • A total of four awards are given out each Spring, one to each of the following: Student, Staff, Faculty, and Organization
    • Applications for the Medicine Wheel Award are usually due in March during each spring semester-- for more information about the Award deadline, please contact the True Blue Neighbors Volunteer Center in Room 25 of the Holmes Student Center.