Student service organizations are committed to providing their members opportunities to serve the campus, Bloomington-Normal, and larger communities.
Contact: Martin Londak
This national, co-ed service fraternity has set the standard for college campus-based volunteerism since 1925.
Contact: Kelli Ferraro
This umbrella organization to Alternative Spring Break, Alternative Winter Break, and Club AB creates life-long active citizens through volunteer experiences on campus, in our communities, and in our world.
Contact: Kaitlyn Saam
This organization pairs adults with disabilities in meaningful friendships with college students.
Contact: Erika Bibian
This organization strives to make a positive difference in the lives of McLean County children through individual mentoring relationships with caring university students.
This organization is dedicated to helping families build wealth for themselves and for other families. Our crusade is to share with people our financial concepts, so they can increase their cash flow, manage their debt, create an emergency fund, provide proper protection, build long-term assets, and preserve their estate.
Contact: Elyssa Ronda-Lindgren
This organization provides opportunities for coeducational service, leadership development, and friendship.
Contact: Ryan Geary
College Mentors for Kids' mission is to connect college students with the most to give to kids who need it most.
Contact: Sara Fortin
Colleges Against Cancer gives students the opportunity to bring the fight against cancer to campus by hosting the annual Relay for Life.
Contact: Trysten Florey
Epsilon Sigma Alpha is a premier service and leadership organization whose members to come together to serve and grow within our community.
Contact: Macie Markello
This organization recovers food from local restaurants/dining centers on campus, and donates it to nonprofit soup kitchens or pantries.
Contact: Zoe McGrath
This organization focuses on developing affordable, safe, decent housing by partnering with families to build homes. Habitat for Humanity at ISU works to eradicate substandard housing in the community and throughout the world.
Contact: Steven Wright
This organization provides education about the training, use, and rights of service dogs in addition to training and working with service dogs.
Contact: Jessica Redden
A non-profit organization helping people create clean, healthy, beautiful outdoor living environments at home.
This organization is dedicated to mentoring and personal development of incoming freshmen by fostering community, building leadership, service, and overall success in college.
Contact: Lauren Maxey
This organization funds childhood cancer research initiatives, provides immediate support for children and their families and donates a hat to every child battling cancer in America.
This organization helps Congolese and other African French-speaking immigrants to integrate into the American society by focusing on the promotion of health care in conflict and war zones in the Congo.
Contact: Nicole Ziegler
Provides students the opportunity to volunteer with animal shelters by aiding in facility care and animal training.
Contact: Andrew Schuler
This service organization is committed to helping the Red Cross proliferate its mission on campus through fundraising, blood drive facilitation and planning, and various service projects.
Contact: Dani Wright
A fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
This organization is intended to raise awareness of child abuse through fundraisers and drives for The Baby Fold and children of need throughout the community.
Contact: Michael Rauman
This organization provides a wide range of hands-on volunteer opportunities for members throught McLean County.
Contact: Lauren Gill
Members engage in servant leadership to create positive life experiences with a mission to reveal leadership through service relationships, and action. STLF is engaging college, high school, and middle school students in meaningful service and leadership experiences.
Productions by this organization are designed to provoke thoughtful and meaningful discussion that can lead to real change in the community.
Contact: Gena Rivera
This student-led organization is a part of a growing grassroots movement that connects college students to the leading humanitarian organization in child-survival work. As part of their campus initiative, UNICEF at Illinois State works to educate, advocate, and fundraise for the U.S.