Student Service Record Program

The Student Service Record (SSR) Program allows current UWM students to track their regular volunteer hours with the goal of logging at least 75 hours in order to obtain a university-recognized certificate. Students who log over 100 hours of service will obtain graduation cords to honor their service at their graduation ceremony.

Through the SSR Program, participants will become a part of an online community to engage, collaborate, and reflect with one another. Through the provided resources and the attendance of individual check-ins and reflection sessions, SSR participants will gain critical thinking skills and a strong sense of their own civic identity and responsibility as they are contributing to the greater good of the community.

By joining the SSR Program students will accomplish the following:

  • Participants will learn how to connect their service to their civic responsibility.
  • Participants will learn how to become engaged in their community through service.
  • Participants will learn how community engagement can benefit them both academically and professionally.
  • Participants will learn how to critically reflect on their service experience and how they are becoming change agents within their community.

How to Join

Contact program manager, Sam De Forest-Davis for more information at

Program Resources: