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At Missouri Western, service and critical skills development are central to our core mission.

The Center for Service seeks to provide opportunities to learn and serve by connecting students to volunteer opportunities and to recognize the value of that learning by offering elective college credits.

Students can now earn up to three college credits toward their degrees for FREE through their volunteer service.

Earn one credit toward your degree for every 40 hours of community service, up to a maximum of three credits. The credits count toward your degree and may also become part of your co-curricular record.

Earn up to three free credit hours through:

  • Service-learning
  • Volunteerism
  • Involvement
  • Leadership Opportunities

Are you ready to get involved?

Fill out a request form to get started.


Request Volunteer Opportunities


Submit a Project

Currently Available Service Opportunities

Educational Program Volunteer

Service: Educational Program Volunteer Business Partner: St. Joseph Museums Date(s)/Time(s): Depending on programming [...]

Downtown Different

Service: Downtown Different  Business Partner: The Downtown Network  Date(s)/Time(s): Anytime  [...]

Front Desk Attendant

Business Partner: St. Joseph Museums Date(s)/Time(s): Museum is open Sunday [...]

Retail Gift Shop

Business Partner: Mosaic Life Care Date(s)/Time(s): Recurring/open-ended Saturday 11:00 – [...]

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Welcome Center

Want to learn more about or visit the University, but you’re not sure where to begin?

Visitors and students alike are invited to start at the Center for Service.

Our friendly and knowledgable staff will point you in the right direction!

Please call (816) 271-4100 or
stop by Eder Hall 202.