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CSER 311-001: STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
CSER 325-001: STUDENT ACTIVITIES
CSER 325-002: INTRAMURAL SPORTS
CSER 345-001: HALL PARTNERS IN EDUCATION
CSER 346-001: PRAYER & LIFE GROUP LEADER
CSER 347-001: SPIRITUAL LIFE COACH
CSER 348-001: RESIDENT ASSISTANT
CSER 351-001: COMMUTER ASSISTANT
CSER 362-001: LAHAYE ICE CENTER
CSER 366-001: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES
CSER 369-001: STUDENT ADVOCATE OFFICE
CSER 385-001: LU ONLINE COMMUNITIES
CSER 392-001: COMMUTER CONNECT GROUP LEADER



CSER 311-001: STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
Supervisor:
Tanveer Bhatia (540-597-9816 or Email), Quincy Thompson (214-558-8651 or Email), or Mark Hine (582-2828 or Email)
Students are able to serve their Christian/Community Service through four different branches of the Student Government Association (SGA). The Executive Committee heads up SGA with each officer responsible for his area. These various jobs generally require 20 hours per week. The president has a staff to assist him with his work. The executive vice president is responsible for the Senate and his personal staff. The vice president of activities is responsible for the Activities Council and his personal staff. Finally, the secretary has a staff to help the staff at the office. The treasurer generally has no aides.  Together they operate in conjunction with the administration in promoting a balanced activities program as well as providing invaluable services.

The positions for the Executive Committee are elected positions. The other positions are nominated positions which are voted on by the Executive Committee. Only those on the Executive Committee and those voted on by the Committee may register for this Christian/Community Service.

Last updated: 8/13/14

CSER 325-001: STUDENT ACTIVITIES
Supervisor:
Chris Misiano (592-3144 or Email) or Robert Johns (592-3216 or Email)
Student Activities provides a wide variety of opportunities on campus, usually free or at an exclusive Liberty student discount price. Student Activities is a fun way for Liberty students to earn their Christian service requirements each semester. Students will help with events such as: Coffeehouse, College for a Weekend and other on-campus entertainment.

Last updated: 6/17/14

CSER 325-002: INTRAMURAL SPORTS
Supervisor:
Ed Barnhouse (592-3148 or Email), Steve Chamberlin (592-3148 or Email), Adam Dupere (592-3146 or Email), or Nathaniel Fox (910-639-1441 or Email)
The Intramural Sports Program participates in a wide variety of sports and biweekly Bible study and reading. The main activity is working with fellow Christians in a sports setting. Fair play, fellowship and Christian conduct at all times are related via the Intramural Sports Program.

Last updated: 3/13/14

CSER 345-001: HALL PARTNERS IN EDUCATION
Supervisor: Theresa Dunbar (582-2339 or
Email) or Sarah Knudsen (582-2339 or Email)
The Dorm Parent Program ministers to the needs of the dorm students at Liberty. Each husband and wife team commits itself to work for one academic year with one floor of students (60-80). They pray for the students, visit the dorm and occasionally invite small groups to their home for TV, game nights, prayer times or to just relax. They reach out to individual students in times of crisis, death or divorce in the family, hospitalization, sickness, etc. They also work closely with the RAs on the floor - praying for them and supporting them emotionally and spiritually.

This program is a spontaneous and unstructured one. Although the equivalent of three hours a week must be met for Christian/Community Service credit, the dorm parent can usually "minister" to the student's needs at times which fit into his own schedule. The ministry is unique because it involves a husband and wife team and is only appropriate for couples who are over 21 years of age and feel they are capable of "leading" college students. Couples with young children discover its only a ministry when they can involve the whole family.

Last updated: 1/7/13

CSER 346-001: PRAYER & LIFE GROUP LEADER
Supervisor: Stephen Myers (592-7695 or Email)
The responsibility of a prayer & life group leader is to lead a small group of around five people from their residence hall in prayer group.

Last updated: 10/8/13

CSER 347-001: SPIRITUAL LIFE COACH
Supervisor: Kelsey Baker (592-5425 or Email)
The Spiritual Life Coach (SLC) assists in facilitating the spiritual programs that will lead to the spiritual development of the students on his/her hall. The SLDs have a primary responsibility with Prayer Leaders to minister, mentor and equip them for their ministry.

Last updated: 10/8/13

CSER 348-001: RESIDENT ASSISTANT
Supervisor:
Dustin DuBose (582-2146 or Email)
Resident Assistants are student leaders chosen to lead each residence hall. They provide leadership for the residence hall in discipline, discipleship and care of the facilities on that hall.

Last updated: 10/8/13

CSER 351-001: COMMUTER ASSISTANT
Supervisor: Bradley Milks (582-3067 or Email) or Andrea Adams (592-3067 or Email)
Commuter Assistants are undergraduate students who will seek to support and enhance the outreach and services of the Commuter Student Office at Liberty to commuter students. This is primarily a ministry and service program to and for commuters. On- and off- campus non-partisan voter registration will be part of the student’s responsibilities.

Last updated: 3/13/14

CSER 362-001: LAHAYE ICE CENTER
Supervisor:
David Semenyna (592-5716 or Email), Derek Young (215-933-9320 or Email), or Ryan Culkin (592-5050 or Email) 
The LaHaye Ice Center seeks to provide a Christ-centered recreational facility first to the Liberty University campus and second to the city of Lynchburg.  Student volunteer tasks would include helping with guarding doorways, ticket ripping and scanning, taking nets on and off the ice during hockey games, helping with intermissions during hockey games, running the score clock, score sheets and penalty boxes.

Last updated: 9/14/12

CSER 366-001: INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES
Supervisor:
Tunya Pannell (592-4119 or Email) or Kristina Venable (592-4118 or Email)
Office of International Student Services coordinates the intake of new international students and facilitates numerous events throughout the year, all requiring much help from student Christian Service workers.  Volunteer opportunities include: one on one help with international check-in; assisting international students with housing or Liberty health services; set up and tear down of all orientation rooms (tables, chairs, flags); tour guides for campus tours; housing check-in at the Liberty University Annex where they manage the hospitality table as an International Ambassador; organizing games for the students; other duties would include setting up lunch boxes and serving food to the students; decorations for banquets and special dinners; other office duties such as making copies for special events, organizing print jobs and distributing flyers on campus.

Last updated: 8/1/14

CSER 369-001: STUDENT ADVOCATE OFFICE
Supervisor:
Lindsay Burgess (592-4614 or Email), Leigh Detzel (592-3151 or Email), Josh Haley (592-3987 or Email), or Tim Plyter (Email)
Our primary focus is to help each resident student from their first day through graduation.  We utilize students for our summer orientation program that helps bring in the freshman class.  Responsibilities include answering questions for new students, hosting a question and answer panel about "Life at Liberty," helping incoming students find classrooms and academic buildings, assisting with set-up, check-in and tear down.

Last updated: 3/14/14

CSER 385-001: LU ONLINE COMMUNITIES
Supervisor: Brian Marker (592-6828 or
Email)
Online Communities began April 16, 2012 out of a need to engage online students with spiritual events and other events of the university.  We use live chat moderators to engage students during live and recorded Convocation and Campus Church events as well as other streaming events.  We endeavor to engage online students through live chat, prayer requests, Bible study/blog and web banners that link to campus events or services.

Last updated: 11/6/13

CSER 392-001: COMMUTER CONNECT GROUP LEADER
Supervisor: Steven Mosley (582-2320 or Email) or Andrea Adams (592-3067 or Email)
The job of the leader is to facilitate an environment of community and growth for the fellow commuter students in their area. The group leaders duties will include praying for commuters daily who live near them, contacting their group weekly and holding weekly (or regularly scheduled) Connect Groups.

Last updated: 1/23/13

 

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