The Office of Student Outreach is committed to providing students, faculty and staff with high quality service opportunities that enable them to develop into intellectual, social and ethical citizens ready for leadership in today's world. The focus for community service is on meeting and addressing real community needs, especially as they pertain to the most vulnerable members in our community, and that promote action in the public arena on behalf of social and economic justice in the tradition of Catholic Social Teaching.
For more information on services and opportunities contact Mary Niedenthal, Campus Minister and Outreach Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students for Life Club
The Students for Life Club gives students the opportunity to stand up for the most vulnerable and fight for a right to all life—from womb to tomb. The club holds many events to raise awareness on campus and takes part in regional and national functions such as prayer vigils outside the local Planned Parenthood and the Annual March for Life in Washington, D.C. The Walsh University Students for Life Club encourages all members of the Walsh community to use their gifts and talents to enhance life and assure its sanctity.
For more information on the Students for Life Club, please contact Dominica Rhein at 330-490-7344 or