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Essential Features to Connect Students to Your Community

Plus, education-specific tools like -

  • Background checks
  • Private join links
  • Single Sign-on (SSO)
  • Service learning programs tracking
  • District-wide posting pages
  • Campus initiative organization
  • Event RSVPs
Students Making a Difference

Built for Colleges, Universities, and K-12 Schools

Get Connected Campus supports your student service and engagement goals. 
  • Build a school-branded volunteer portal, automatically populated with opportunities from your community nonprofit partners.
  • Track service-learning programs and campus volunteer initiatives.


Student Volunteer Portal

Connect Students to Service 

Make it easy for your students to find approved organizations and opportunities.
  • Keep your students safe with volunteer liability waivers.
  • Single-sign-on makes it easy for students to use their school email to log into your volunteer site.
  • Enable your campus to easily promote service opportunities, organize campus initiatives (like MLK Day), and track service learning programs.


“ We are able to now accurately measure the impact students, faculty, and staff are making in the community. It was always an estimate, and now it is an actual representation.”

Ben W.
Bradley University

centralized, Accurate Reporting

A Comprehensive View of your Community Impact

Show how your institution supports your community with reports on student volunteer activity.
  • Report on student's activity by student group, skill set, and graduation year.
  • Quickly see which students have signed-up for service events, community partner opportunities, and other campus functions. 



"It has freed up time to focus on other work outside of volunteer data tracking."

“We are able to keep track of volunteer schedules, hours, and run reports more easily than we have been able to before.”


Hilary P.

University of Kansas Health System