If you need more information, swing by the Parke Student Leadership Center on the second floor of the Knutson Campus Center. We'll point you in the right direction.
If you can’t find the group you’re looking for, start a new organization. Round up some friends, recruit other interested students and fill out the necessary paperwork to make your organization official.
Habitat for Humanity
Concordia College's Habitat for Humanity is a campus chapter of the local Habitat affiliate, Lake Agassiz. We offer a variety of on and off campus service opportunities throughout the year, including nationwide Spring Break trips. Participation in Habitat's activities is on an event-to-event basis, so sign-up for whatever you're interested in! The best part about Habitat is that you don't have to have any previous knowledge about construction! Join Habitat to connect with other students who are passionate about serving their community and building relationships with their fellow Cobbers and community members.Leaders: Matthew Carson, Brianna Gruenberg Advisors: Dan Biebighauser