Michels Hall Service Program

Still figuring out where to live on campus next semester? Choose to live in Michels Hall and you’ll have the opportunity to fully engage in the community through meaningful service. Watch the video below to see what current Michels Hall residents have to say about their experience.

The Michels Hall Service Program is a living-learning service opportunity available to students with at least sophomore status. Students apply in groups of eight with the intention of living together in Michels Hall and completing an academic year of service with a community organization in the Greater Green Bay area.

Applications are due Friday, February 13th.

For more information about living in Michels Hall click here.

For information about how you can get involved with other community service opportunities in the Green Bay area visit the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning.

Give & Go: SNC Move-Out!

By Kalli Seglund ‘17

St. Norbert College is hosting the first annual “Give and Go: SNC Move-Out” with the cooperation of the Sturzl Center for Community Service and Learning, Residence Hall Association (RHA), Residential Education & Housing (REH), Housekeeping and a local community partner—St. Vincent de Paul. The idea once known as Continue reading