The themed community UNT SERVES! Living Learning Community provides an opportunity for students from all majors to participate in community engagement, service, and leadership. Students will learn about complex social issues and how our communities come together to address these issues. Themes include youth and education, health, hunger, human rights, animal welfare, and the environment/sustainability. UNT SERVES! meets twice a month to explore these topics in depth – a UNT faculty member will help lead a discussion on the issue and a community organization or non-profit will talk about how they work to solve the issue. After learning about each issue, UNT SERVES! students will participate in 10 service hours in Denton and the North Texas community, along with campus service and volunteer activities.
Students in the UNT SERVES! program will be introduced to a variety of programs, services, and people to help them to connect and grow during their time at the UNT.
Students in UNT SERVES!:
- Create and participate in projects and events to promote and address social needs and issues
- Connect with campus and community leaders
- Meet fellow students with an interest in making a difference during their time at UNT and beyond
- Have direct access to service programs and volunteer opportunities on campus
- Build a strong LLC by participating in a UNT SERVES! retreat, teambuilding activities, and bi-weekly community meetings
- Live together and work together to make a difference in the community.
Upon applying through eHousing for the UNT SERVES! LLC, students will be contacted to complete a UNT SERVES! agreement.
The UNT SERVES! Living-Learning Community is housed in Rawlins Hall for the 2017 – 2018 academic year.
The UNT SERVES! LLC is supported by the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (PACS) and the Center for Leadership & Service. For more information about UNT SERVES!, contact us via email at or by phone at 940-565-3450.