Spartan Service Day

Tradition of Service
This annual university-wide day of service takes place during Rawkin’ Welcome Week in August. It gives UNCG students an opportunity to get off campus and be introduced to different parts of our community while working with our community partners to made a difference. Participation is free. Volunteer teams will be lead by a student Site Leader. Lunch and transportation are provided. We hope this day sparks your interest to continue to learn and serve in the Greensboro community and get involved on-campus and locally!

Spartan Service Day 2018 is on Saturday, August 18th from 9am-2pm.

Thank you to all who registered for Spartan Service Day 2018. We have reached capacity for this year, but please email if you are interested in joining a waitlist. You will be contacted if space opens, allowing more participants.

*Please note that if you are registering as a group you will need to have the names and emails of all participants in your group to complete registration.

*Registration will be closed when all volunteer sites are full. Please be sure to sign-up early to ensure there is space!

Thank you to all who applied to be a Site Leader! Site Leader applications are now closed, but please consider joining us as a Site Leader for Spartan Service Day 2019.

If you’re a sophomore, junior or senior and you’ve participated before or had experience leading community service projects please consider applying to be a Site Leader.¬†As a Site Leader on Spartan Service Day it will be your responsibility to help with set-up, check-in your site participants, lead them to assigned transportation, communicate with the community partner upon arrival, facilitate participation in the service project as needed, and lead reflection activities (provided by OLCE) after service. Site leaders will also attend a mandatory site leader training. Details and application can be found in the link above.

SSD 2015

Spartan Service Day 2017 was a HUGE success!
This year’s Spartan Service Day broke attendance records with over 175 student volunteers! Altogether, over 525 hours were served with 14 community organizations, from community gardens to community housing canvassing.

Photos from past Spartan Service Days: