What Counts as Service
To determine what counts as service, see our page specifically about what counts. The requirements depending on what you are tracking for vary. A committee for the scholarships makes decisions regarding what consititutes service while IFC, PHA, and NPHC councils make decisions for Fraternity/Sorority life, and the Corporation for National & Community Service decides what constitutes service for the Presidential Volunteer Service Award.
Presidents Volunteer Service Award
The PVSA is an award given from the United States Government awarding members for completing service in their communities.
Scholarship Service Requirements
If you are tracking hours for your scholarship, you will want to be sure to follow all guidelines that can be found at: Http://www.missouristate.edu/scholarshipservice
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Volunteer Programs tracks the hours that Fraternity & Sorority life members do for service. This can be chapter reporting or individual hours.
All hours are recorded through CampusLINK -- Utilizing the Service Report Form found on the "Volunteer Programs" organization tab.
To get to the form you will need to sign into your My Missouri State Portal then click “Profile” and scroll down to the Student Engagement tab where you will see Campus Link. If you clicked the link below you will be redirected to the form pages for completing hours. Click "Individual Service Report Form"
To get to the form through CampusLINK you should search for “Volunteer Programs” in organizations then click Forms. After you have clicked forms you will see the “Individual Service Report Form” which you will be able to complete.
Be sure to read the directions carefully, it is your responsibility to make sure you are actually submitting your hours.
You can submit the form for all the hours you completed with a single agency. If you volunteered with 3 agencies, you would need to complete the form a separate time for each agency.