Bradley students have proven themselves over and over again – they are engaged and committed to the Bradley campus and Peoria community. The following are opportunities for you to get involved on campus and in the community:
The Leadership and Service Fellows program strives to instilling leadership skills and civic responsibility in its members through a comprehensive college experience. Each year, 15 freshmen are selected as Fellows.
A fun, energizing group that facilitates the FISH! Philosophy of leadership in local community agencies and nonprofit organizations.
The organization that creates volunteer opportunities and service projects for their peers.
A student-coordinated initiative that arranges several volunteer opportunities at Peoria area agencies one Saturday each month.
The organization that coordinates service trips that provide volunteers to communities in need and develop servant leadership in students.
During the first week of school each year, we host a Volunteer Fair, in conjunction with the Activities Fair, which brings over 35 agencies to campus to recruit Bradley student volunteers. The Volunteer Fair is attended by well over 600 students and is a great way to get connected with talented volunteers!
Volunteer and Service Directory
Each semester, the Center compiles information regarding the various community agencies and their specific volunteer needs. Once this information is collected, a directory is created and distributed to various campus organizations. Click to download our One-Time and Continual Volunteer Directories!
Welcome Week Service Project
The first ever Welcome Week Service Project was held in August of 2012. More than 200 students participated, providing more than 650 hours of community service to the Peoria area community. This program was made possible by the Bradley University Parents Board.