Service Learning at Kentucky State University gives students the chance to apply what they’ve learned in the classroom to real life situations.  Volunteering in the community provides service opportunities to all UNV-101students who must complete ten hours of community service.

The Office of Regional Stewardship

  • Facilitates service activities for university classes, clubs, organizations, fraternities and sororities
  • Coordinates service learning courses with community sites
AWA Student Volunteer for Poverty Simulation FCHS Domestic Volence March on Capitol

Community Partners

Frankfort, Franklin County Tourism, Franklin County Extension Office,  Green Hill Cemetery, KY Secretary of State, Women’s Shelter, Downtown Frankfort, United Way of Franklin County,  Franklin County Health Department, Reforest Frankfort, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Franklin  County Regional  Medical Center, Habitat for Humanity, ACCESS, Red Cross, Kentucky Department of Forestry, Franklin County Public Schools, Frankfort Independent Schools, Anderson County Public Schools, Shelby County Public Schools, Owen County Public Schools, Henry County Public Schools, Scott County Public Schools, Kings Center, Frankfort Kiwanis and Thorn Hill Learning Center.