At Philadelphia University we believe that community service initiatives are central to the undergraduate experience. Accordingly, the office of Community Service Learning works to increase student access to community service opportunities, serves as an informational resource about community agencies, supports students' civic engagement, and promotes service as a tool for learning.
Our goal is to develop students into community-conscious leaders who have an active and engaged relationship with the City of Philadelphia, surrounding neighborhoods, and the broader context of society.
Philau Service "In the News"
- PhilaU Relay for Life Expects to Reach $150,000 Fundraising Goal to Fight Cancer.
- Sigma Nu Bike-a-thon Raises Funds for Cancer Research.
- PhilaU Celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Community Service.
- PhilaU’s Colleges Against Cancer Chapter Continues to Win Awards.
- Hundreds Volunteer during Fourth Annual Day of Service.
- Colleges Against Cancer Hosts Guest Speakers on Tuesday, Sept. 13.
- PhilaU to Commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Sept. 11 Attacks with Memorial and Service Opportunities.
- Jay Scott, Founder of the Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, Challenges Students to Make a Difference.
- Student Leaders Raise Money for Cancer Research with Alex’s Lemonade Stand, Volunteer at East Falls Flea Market.
- PhilaU Hosts Arise Academy Students.
- Student Volunteers Present Projects at Service Learning Showcase.
Community Service Calendar