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CSER 365-001: STUDENTS BEHIND OUR SOLDIERS
CSER 384-001: LIBERTY UNIVERSITY POLICE
CSER 394-001: LIBERTY ARMY ROTC

 

CSER 365-001: STUDENTS BEHIND OUR SOLDIERS
Supervisor:
Kathleen Edinger (592-4260 or Email)
Founded in fall of 2007, this non-profit student organization has a mission to provide support and awareness of our military. Members participate in activities such as visiting veterans and collecting nonperishable food, videos, basic toiletries and other items for care packages shipped to soldiers whose names are submitted by students or community members. SBS also participates in Military Emphasis Week (MEW) in which students take on tasks around campus to both honor and celebrate our military on campus.

Last updated: 10/14/11

CSER 384-001: LIBERTY UNIVERSITY POLICE
Supervisor: 
Marcus Tinsley (582-7641 or Email)
This CSER is available to students who are interested in law enforcement. Primary duties include crime prevention programs and office work. 

Last updated: 2/19/14

CSER 394-001: LIBERTY ARMY ROTC
Supervisor: 
MAJ Anderson (592-3851 or Email), CPT Knoblet (592-3856 or Email), SFC Alexander (592-3829 or Email), Ben Sattler (592-3830 or Email), or Jordan Scanlan (592-3856 or Email)

This CSER opportunity is reserved for cadets only. Liberty's Reserve Officer's Training Corp, or ROTC, is a college course that is designed to develop confident, competent, and adaptive leaders with the basic military science and leadership foundation necessary not only to lead small units but also to evolve into the Army's future senior leaders.  ROTC is divided into two courses, the Basic Course (freshman and sophomore years of college), which does not incur a military obligation but whose credits can be used toward a degree, and the Advanced Course (junior and senior years of college), which does incur a military obligation. The end state of the organization is to recruit, retain, develop and commission the future officer leadership of the United States Army. The following service opportunities are some examples of volunteer opportunities that qualify for CSER credit for ROTC cadets: academic advisors, class leaders, administration coordinators, physical fitness activities director, mentors, fund raising representatives (internal to Liberty) and training coordinators.

Last updated: 3/14/14

 

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