Giving through service to ESU and the community
Giving is part of Emporia State’s DNA
Our Hornets are changing the community through community service hours. In fact, most of our students participate in community service hours. One example is our student-athletes, who donated nearly 4,800 hours of community service to rank ninth in the nation among NCAA Division II schools in 2019-20.
You can make a difference, too
There are many ways you can participate in service through Community Hornets. Community Hornets is dedicated to connecting Emporia State University students, faculty and staff to service projects in the city of Emporia and surrounding communities. Through its service programs, Community Hornets is committed to engaging campus life in the opportunity and reward of volunteerism at the local, regional and national levels.
Join us in changing the world
Our students make difference every single day. Follow the links below to explore Community Hornets and see how you can get involved.
Center for Student Involvement
Jack Jewett, Coordinator
Katie Webb, Coordinator
Blythe Eddy, Director
Eliza Rinck, Graduate Assistant
Providing an opportunity for students to learn about volunteerism and culture in an active, hands-on environment
Tree Campus Higher Education
ESU has been recognized by the Tree Campus Higher Education of the Arbor Day Foundation recognition program for the past 7 years.
Basic Needs Coalition
Collaborates on addressing issues that are barriers to Emporia State University students’ success.
Community Impact Challenge
Inspiring students to make an impact for the common good.
A collaborative and interdisciplinary effort to combat food insecurity
The Agency + Opportunity directory is your guide to service opportunities.