Community Engagement

USAC strives to assist staff in connecting with one another and the community. As stated in Principle IV of the Richmond Promise:

The University will be intentionally engaged with the city of Richmond and the wider region. Community engagement will be both a method to shape students within a civic minded campus culture and a means to contribute the intellectual capital and skills of faculty, staff, students, and alumni to the identified needs of the larger community. The University of Richmond has a long and proud history of community engagement, much of it at the grass roots levels, that has had a transformative impact both on our students and on the community at large.

Visit SpidersEngage to explore volunteer opportunities with partners of the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement. If you would like to receive the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement monthly newsletter to learn more about other community engagement opportunities, please email the CCE.

Additionally, if you are already serve with an organization that you would like to connect to the University of Richmond in more ways, you can fill out the Bonner Center for Civic Engagement's Partnership Inquiry Form. You can also post internship opportunities directly via SpiderConnect.