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Community Programs

Spring Registration will open December 1, 2020!  If you were in a program for the fall semester and would like to continue in the spring semester, please notify your Student Leader. All other students must pre-register for all CCE programs on EWEB

New program are being added as they are finalized by our community partners. Please check eweb often!

HAVE YOU COMPLETED VOLUNTEER HOURS THAT NEED TO BE APPROVED? This does not include hours completed with a Student Leader.  ENTER HOURS HERE


In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, Eastern has instituted many changes to how students, faculty and staff will live and work on campus. To keep everyone safe, the Center for Community Engagement will not be providing transportation to sites for the foreseeable future. We will offer virtual programming as well as project-based volunteering that students can participate in on campus and from home.


Volunteering has an invaluable impact on local and global communities. In 2019, 63 million Americans contributed 8 billion hours of volunteer service, worth $203.4 billion to our country through nonprofits, schools and community organizations. As college students preparing to enter the workforce, your volunteer efforts offer not only a community benefit but a character-building and networking opportunity as well. Last year, over 1,000 Eastern students contributed over 23,000 hours totaling $573,000 in services to the local community!

Community Programs occur on a weekly basis and are developed based upon the need of the organization and its clients. Volunteers are expected to commit to specific times and days and engage consistently throughout the semester.


As an additional resource for students interested in volunteering there is a valuable guide (link below) with tips and resources from Online Schools in Seattle. This guide will assist potential volunteers in preparation for making the most of this collaborative opportunity for learning and personal growth in community service. The CCE works with 35 area partner organizations and schools; there are many ways one can make a difference in our region. Contact us to learn how you can join our family!

Student Volunteer Guide

It is the policy of Eastern Connecticut State University to ensure equal access to its events. If you are an individual with a disability and will need accommodations for Center for Community Engagement events, please contact Kimberly Silcox, (860)465-4426, Requests should be made as early as possible prior to the event to help ensure availability. Please understand that failure to provide adequate notice may result in accommodations not being available.