Guide to Volunteering
Check out our Guide to Volunteering at Oklahoma State University for ideas and direction.
Student Volunteer Center Applications
Recipients must have completed 400 hours of service as an undergraduate, or 300 as a graduate student by the time of graduation. Please check the "CORD" tab on the left menu for more information on our CORD program.
Starting Spring 2017, we will be transitioning our CORD application to an online platform. The application is available on the Student Volunteer Center's CampusLink and can be accessed here.
Ruff Riders Application
The Ruff Riders are a group of dedicated students that work together with the members of Pete's Pet Posse to help improve the lives of students all across the campus. Applications will be available at the start of each semester.
Carisa Winters Endowed Service Award
The CARISA WINTERS ENDOWED SERVICE AWARD is an endowed scholarship with a value of $2,000 available to a sophomore or junior undergraduate student who has demonstrated, and plans to continue to demonstrate, a strong commitment to service, positively contributing to the student’s community. The award is designed to support a student with an interest in, and pursuit of, serving individuals, communities, and the nation.
This award is given in memory of Carisa Winters, a former OSU student committed to serving others. This award is intended to serve as an assistantship to allow the recipient to pursue new service ideas; create ways of utilizing those ideas; create new structures for service and delivery; and/or target new audiences.
This award may actually fund the conceived project or support the student academically through payment of tuition, fees, books, room and board so that the student is freed up to further develop and implement the service project. The award will be given out on consecutive semesters awarding $1000 each of the two subsequent semesters fall, 2017 and spring, 2018, dependent upon satisfactory progress shown.
Applications will be available the spring of 2018