The Office of Student Conduct & Community Engagement (SCCE) helps coordinate community and volunteer projects to assist the Laredo area and South Texas region. The purpose is to promote community engagement as a fundamental part of learning and to cultivate a University commitment to help those in need.
To choose a volunteer position which is right for you, find something that fits your interests; work with an organization that supports your beliefs and sparks your passions. View our catalog of local agencies and our calendar of upcoming service opportunities.
TAMIU encourages all students to maintain current records of their participation in volunteer service by reporting all service hours to SCCE via Trailblazers (http://trailblazers.tamiu.edu). Whether your participation is an independent effort, student organization involvement, or a Scholarship/Honors program requirement, we can assist you in tracking all volunteer service you complete as a college student.
Aileen Rendon '19 is currently a senior graduating this December with her degree in Science Nursing during which she received the title of distinguished scholar of the College of Health and Sciences. Read More..
Gregorio Lopez ’19 is a senior that will be graduating this December with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management Information Systems. Additional to his Read More...
Natalie Gutierrez ’19 is a senior that will be graduating this December with two bachelor’s degrees in Criminal Justice and Sociology. Apart from her studies, Natalie serves as the Vice President of Civic Engagement for Read More...
Student co-curricular learning outcomes
Community impact outcomes