The Vincentian tradition calls us to serve. In 2003-04 68
organizations participated in 179 community service activities. The
University’s Academic Service-Learning program, which combines
course work with relevant service projects, expanded its offerings.
All service events and programs shared a common purpose: to make a
difference in the world.
- Sixty-eight organizations participated in 179 community service
- Four hundred and fifty to 500 students, representing 11
organizations, raised nearly $29,000 in the 2003 Breast Cancer
- Phi Lambda Sigma’s Second Annual Diabetic Halloween brought
over 50 students together with diabetic children from St. Mary’s
Hospital and St. John the Baptist for tricks and treats.
- Blood Drives collected 1,010 pints. The University earned a
Gold Award fromthe Long Island Blood Services.