"To develop volunteerism amongst NUS undergraduates in a nurturing environment that fosters community service."
Formed in October 2002, the NUS Students' Community Service Club (CSC) is one of the four main non-faculty Constituent Clubs under the National University of Singapore Students' Union. NUS CSC is committed to the idea that less fortunate members of our society should never be forgotten, and thus devotes continuous service to the community. Since its inception, CSC has undergone rapid development with the establishment of 10 core Regular Volunteering Programs (RVPs), 7 Special Projects (SPs), and 3 eXternal Partners (XPs). Opportunities are abound for NUS undergraduates, given the numerous programs and projects, to serve the various needy groups in the society. With a membership of about 4000 students, NUS CSC is taking initiatives to promote volunteerism amongst the student population, as well as to raise awareness of our beneficiaries amongst the public.
By matching NUS students with differing competencies and interests to various needs in the society, we have maintained a strong link between the students and the society. Without a doubt, our club is steering towards the direction of fostering greater ties between the students and the community.
CSC is also part of the NUS Volunteer Network that is established in December 2007. Together with NUSSU Volunteer Action Committee (NVAC), Red Cross Humanitarian Network and Rotaract NUS, the network seeks to provide a wider range of volunteering opportunities.