Welcome to the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning
The Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning works to help St. Norbert College and its students partner fully with the Brown County community in work that promotes the common good. It serves as a resource to students, faculty, staff, alumni and other supporters interested in community service – particularly as it impacts student learning – by providing guidance; best practice tools; occasions for reflection; and access to opportunities for community engagement.
Further, it supports and develops the college’s mission to serve the common good by fostering campus-wide discussion on service, promoting community engagement and recognizing significant contributions to serving the common good in Brown County and beyond.
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Upcoming Service Events and Opportunities
Into the Streets Friday, August 23
As a part of St. Norbert College’s “Week of Welcome” for incoming freshmen, Into the Streets provides our new students with the opportunity to serve together for the common good and learn more about our community. While benefiting from the service provided by students, participating community sites are given the opportunity to share the impact of your work in our community and promote your volunteer needs with our students.
Community organizations are invited to partner with us by providing an opportunity for students to serve at your site and/or by providing a project students could complete on campus. >>LEARN MORE
Student Organizations - Promoting your Service Event
More than 400 SNC students participated in Into the Streets on Saturday, August 25. >>MORE
Amy Diestler at St. Norbert College Named Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact. >>MORE
St. Norbert College AmeriCorps*VISTA Amie Arnoldussen ('10) receives 2012 Governor's Service Award. >>MORE
St. Norbert College has received more than $1.2 million to name the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning and provide financial support for the center's community service and learning programming. >>MORE
St. Norbert College Americorps M3C Member, Leigh Smalley, is recognized as the September 2011 M3C Inspirational Leader! >>MORE
St. Norbert College alum, Stephanie Berto, is profiled for her work with the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County, helping youth to reach their full potential. >>MORE
SNC Potato Drop 2012
Check out the St. Norbert College Potato Drop video created by Stephaine Villanova '15. The video helps to show the impact that 42,000 potatoes, over 150 volunteers, and 15 community partners can have on the community...by working together for the common good!