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The Center for Social Concern has two 7-passenger vans for student use related to volunteer activities. Passengers may only include CSC group members. CSC groups can sign out vans in advance (through the following month) by contacting the CSC office. All van drivers must be van certified. Please contact Crystal Hooper in Levering Hall (410)516-8209 to find out when the next van certification training will take place. If a certification class is not possible, contact the CSC. CSC vans are free for the CSC groups to use but we ask for the gas used to be replenished. Gas purchased by groups, in most cases, may be reimbursed from a group's budget. SAC groups and other campus organizations may not use CSC vans.
Students affiliated with CSC groups may use office phones to make calls and send faxes related to community work.
Student groups may use the printer/copier located in the CSC office to make up to 500 copies and/or 20 colored copies per event. Please check in with the office staff before you begin copying. Colored paper and cardstock are available.
Equipment Available for Loan
The following items are available to loan for student groups from the CSC. Please ask at the reception desk:
To reserve space on campus, visit the Student Life Sheduling webpage
The CSC has the following spaces that can be used for meetings or informal gatherings:
We have done away with our mailboxes. If your group gets a letter/package, we will hold onto it and notify you by email of its arrival.
Use of Official Letterhead
Student groups may use CSC letterhead when appropriate. A CSC staff member must approve the content of the letter and make a photocopy for staff records.
Note: The information below, as well as other general resources for JHU student groups (including an event planning guide) can be found on the Office of Student Activities website.
Making your Event Green! Check out the Office of Sustainability's Greener Event Planning Guide and their Green Event Signage samples. This is a start to finish guide on how to have a successful event while also being mindful of the environment.