Alpha Phi Omega
Best Buddies was recognized by the College in 1997. Members of this chapter work with local handicapped persons with disabilities.
Earthbound is a student organization with a primary purpose of educating the college community on environmental topics. Its motto is "Reduce, Re-use, Recycle, Reject, Replant." You can find out more about Earthbound in the Colket Center.
Habitat for Humanity
The Roanoke College Chapter of Habitat for Humanity works on a variety of projects aimed at providing decent housing for God's people in need. The chapter works with the Roanoke Valley affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International on local fund-raising and building projects. The chapter also sponsors a Spring Break Habitat trip to South Carolina to build houses for low-income families. Paul Henrickson, Chaplain, serves as the group's adviser. For more information, contact the Chaplain's Office, Faculty House.
Center for Community Service
At Roanoke College we're interested in serving others. Students make a difference through a variety of agencies and projects throughout the Roanoke Valley and beyond. Here are just a few ways you can help others while adding to your education.
- Men's Basketball4:00 PM, Fri, 12/19/14
- Women's Basketball12:00 PM, Fri, 12/19/14
- CAB- Bingo9:00 PM, Fri, 01/16/15 - Fri, 01/16/15
- Catholic Mass on Campus5:00 PM, Sun, 01/18/15 - Sun, 01/18/15
- Maroon Visit Day12:45 PM, Mon, 01/19/15 - Mon, 01/19/15
- Performing Arts Series presents American Shakespeare Center "Much Ado About Nothing"7:30 PM, Mon, 01/19/15 - Mon, 01/19/15
- Kandinsky Trio Concert Series7:30 PM, Sat, 01/24/15 - Sat, 01/24/15