Community Service Resources


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Peer Advising

Not sure where to start? Meet with one of our Program Assistants, fellow Marquette students who can help you identify a volunteer role that's the right fit for you. You can discuss your interests, past experiences, schedule, transportation options, and the justice causes that you are passionate about! Sign up here.


MUEngage is your one-stop-shop for community engagement at Marquette! All Marquette students have an account to explore volunteer opportunities, track their engagement, and connect with others. 

Browse the United Way's Volunteers United listings

The United Way of Greater Milwaukee and Waukesha County connects neighbors to volunteer needs. You can browse their listings here

Where do I go from here? Considering Year of Service programs

Are you considering a year of service after Marquette? Our doors are open to you to discuss and discern. Information on post-graduate service opportunities



Community Service Vans

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Community Service Vans

Transportation assistance for community engagement in the Milwaukee area. Four vans are available for reservation for group service projects. Contact Valeria Navarro Villegas for more assistance.

Who can use the Community Service vans? How can we reserve them?

Community Service vans are available upon a two week in advance reservation to Marquette University student organizations. Usage of vans must be for transportation to community service related events. Student organizations must also have approval for the community service event the Office of Engagement and Inclusion in order to receive approval on their reservation request. 

See Community Service Van Policy.

Tips for Heading Off Campus for Service

Please review the Marquette University Police off-campus safety tips when traveling throughout the city.

COVID-19 Updates

Please review the COVID-19 service policy. Service van use must have the proper approvals, either via Marquee (for Student Organizations) or through the Director of Community Service.

Van users must commit to following strict COVID-19 safety procedures, including: 

  • Maximum capacity of two individuals, with one driver in the front seat and one passenger in the far back row
  • Masking, handwashing, and other personal safety precautions
  • Windows must be open whenever possible
  • Each van will be outfitted with disinfecting wipes – passengers are responsible for wiping down surfaces (ie seats, armrests, doors, handles, steering wheel, etc) before using the vehicle.
  • Adherence to all university, city, state, and federal health guidelines