Students in MCSP and at the University of Michigan discover a plethora of activities that are available to them across campus. Each semester, MCSP leads service trips for its students to partner organizations across Southeastern Michigan to serve and better the community. Aside from a passion for community service and social justice, MCSP students find activities that suit their everyday interests, including music, photography, sports, politics, and environmentalism. Check out what some MCSP students have been doing this semester on campus! 

MCSPers all on One Field

U-M students are always excited to attend home football games. But additionally, MCSP has several students who do more than just watching the Wolverines. These MCSP students work at the Big House in addition to the fan experience:

Phancie Thompson, left, works on the Student Patrol services team.

Adam Brodnax and Corinne Wong, top right, takes photos on the field of the team. 

Katherine Forche, bottom right, is a member of the Michigan Marching Band and performs on the field and in the stands at every game. 

UC102 Service Trips

As part of MCSP's hallmark UC102 course, students take part in civic engagement projects across the school year around the Ann Arbor and Metro Detroit communities. Projects include outdoor clean-ups, neighborhood gardening, working with families and children, and lending a helping hand at community centers and local charity events. In this photo, students volunteer at the Leslie Science and Nature Center to clean up the natural surroundings of the center. 

MCSP OrCA Brunch

The MCSP Organization of Campus Alumni (OrCA) Board hosted a brunch to help on-campus alumni of MCSP meet with one another and facilitate greater bonds between their shared participation in the learning community. Directories with contact information of all attendees were handed out to facilitate networking and academic/professional mentoring. Even some first-year students showed up at the event, eager to hear stories of past MCSP participants.