Landis Community Outreach Center
The Landis Center coordinates service in weekly programs such as visits to a homeless shelter and creative arts therapy with women prisoners, one-time opportunities like the Pre-Orientation Service Program, and through courses with integrated service components.
In the Economic Empowerment and Global Learning Project (EEGLP), teams of students and faculty from every academic division work hand in hand with residents to tackle real-world economic issues locally, nationally, and internationally. Teams have worked in Easton, New Orleans, and Honduras.
The Technology Clinic is a two-semester, hands-on course that brings together students from different majors to help solve the real-world problems of a business, nonprofit organization, or government body.
Alternative School Break
Students travel throughout the U.S. and abroad for community service projects during the winter and spring breaks. Last year’s locations were Haiti, Costa Rica, Tennessee, Virginia, New York, and Washington, D.C.
Lafayette Initiative for Malagasy Education (LIME) is a peer mentoring program to help Malagasy students overcome the language barrier and other disadvantages to pursue their dreams of receiving a college education at an American school.