The Bison Service Challenge
The Bison Service Challenge promotes civic engagement through service. The Bison Service challenge was established in the Fall of 2009 at North Dakota State University. During the first year the Bison Service Challenge recorded over 30,000 hours of service completed by student groups. The Bison Service Challenge encourages four different categories to compete for top service hours during the year. If you are involved in one of the student groups listed below please submit your volunteer hours today. At the end of Spring semester, the top Greek Chapter, Athletic Team, Residence Hall, and Student Organization will be recognized and given a $700 grant from Dakota Medical Foundation- $300 for second place groups- to donate to a charity of their choice at the Bison Service Challenge Award Ceremony.
During the 2011-2012 school year, NDSU recorded 97,517 hours of service which equates to a $1,660,714 impact on our community.
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Bison Service Challenge 2011-2012 Winners
1st - Kappa Alpha Theta
2nd - Alpha Gamma Delta
1st - Men's Track & Field
2nd - Women's Basketball
1st - Blue Key
2nd - Lions Club
1st - Churchill Hall
2nd - Weible Hall
Sarah Martinsen Award
The NDSU Memorial Union along with our partners, Dakota Medical Foundation, Impact Foundation, and FirstLink are dedicated to increasing community engagement through volunteerism. We believe that college students can make a significant impact in our local community and through the Bison Service Challenge we are seeing just how big of impact it can be!
Office: Student Activities Office, Room 120 in the Memorial Union
Snail Mail: PO Box 6050, Fargo, ND 58108-6050