CSER Course Pathing School of Business
Welcome to the CSER course path for the School of Business. Below you can find organizations recommended by Business faculty uniquely suited for your major. For more information about these organizations or for help registering for CSER, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
General Selection Any Major
All Business majors should explore these opportunities to learn more about the community and LU culture. Through these organizations, students can develop interpersonal skills and character while serving others. They can also travel and perform international service with LU Send, use their skills in a local church, get involved in a youth league at the YMCA, foster animals with the Humane Society, or serve with one of several SGA clubs!
Business Administration & Accounting students should look for ways to serve in areas such as public relations, running special events, marketing, administrative projects, fundraising for charities, tax assistance to the elderly, teaching financial literacy, and using general business skills to assist local organizations. The organizations listed here have opportunities for students with skills in business administration, accounting, and organizational leadership.
LU Volunteer Tax Assistance – CSER 399*
Student Asset Management Fund – CSER 399*
YWCA of Central Virginia – CSER 529
Healthcare Informatics students have the opportunity to serve with special events, working with the elderly community, and assist at local hospitals. By serving at these organizations, students can gain professional skills, create future career opportunities, and fulfill their passion for serving in healthcare.
American Cancer Society – CSER 571
Lynchburg General Hospital – CSER 399*
Lynchburg Health and Rehabilitation – CSER 501
Virginia Baptist Hospital – CSER 399*
American Red Cross – CSER 399*
Information Technology, Information Systems, and Computer Science
IT/IS/CS students can use their technical skills to help fellow students in the computer labs, assist with IT Blitz Week, or help non-profit organizations with database management and tech support. Students can also request CSER eligibility for a unique service project related to information and computer science. In the technological age, the possibilities are endless.
Center for Cyber Excellence – CSER 399*
Hope Walks – CSER 399*
Sport Management and Coaching
Sports Management and Coaching students can aid in the production and execution of sporting events at LU and in the community. They can also tutor athletes and serve with coaches in their area of interest through Athletic Academic Services. They can assist Club Sports at events on campus and throughout the community that will serve others and support the Flames. For those interested in working with youth, Freedom 4/24, the YMCA, and Hill City Crash offers ways to serve, coach, mentor youth through sports and exercise.
* By registering through a Special Project (CSER 399-001), students may request CSER eligibility at non-profit organizations and ministries that are not listed on the Service Opportunities page.
**Students can choose from churches listed on the Service Opportunities page or students may request CSER eligibility through a different church by registering a Church Extension (CSER 279-001).
***Service-Learning CSER opportunities allow you to receive CSER credit through completing coursework in your classes. Browse current opportunities or discuss a new Service-Learning course with your faculty.