Community Service


Cameron University believes Community Service is integral to a productive campus. As such, we promote local volunteer activities for students, faculty, and staff.

Cameron also partners with local agencies to provide opportunities for both campus groups and individual students to serve.

Community Service Opportunities

Big Pink Volleyball

Big Pink Volleyball is a volleyball tournament played with a four-foot wide pink volleyball, which creates lots of laughs and team bonding for any student organization or group of friends. It is a philanthropic event which helps raise awareness and money for Breast Cancer Research. Do not let your lack of athleticism keep you from playing in this exciting event.

Day in the Park

Lawton has over 80 local parks and many of them are used daily by the local neighbors. Therefore, once a year, Cameron University students and affiliates will come together to help maintain and clean up some of the local parks. Projects vary from painting, cleaning up trash, and moving downed tree limbs out of the way. This is a perfect opportunity for a club or individual to give back to the city of Lawton and help keep a park beautiful.

MLK Day of Service

Across the nation, tens of thousands of volunteers will gather together and celebrate in service. During this opportunity, Cameron University students and affiliates will serve in various schools to help clean up and finish different projects that are needed in each location.

Service Grant

The Office of Campus Life can help provide funding for Cameron University students and student organizations service projects. The Service Grant can vary between $100 and $1000. Complete the application under the Service Grant section to the right, and turn in the printed copy to the Office of Campus Life for a chance to receive a grant.


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