HDFS Student Outreach and Undergraduate Leadership
SOUL is a student-run organization through the College of Health and Human Sciences. The club focuses on uniting the HDFS department with CSU and the Fort Collins community through projects and events powered by student volunteers.
We are solely funded by donations from the CSU and Fort Collins communities. These donations and fundraising efforts made by SOUL members are what make all of our community service projects possible
Events in which our members participate in include:
Membership is open to anyone who is a full-time HDFS major or Gerontology minor. Members are volunteers, but SOUL can also be taken for credit. In order to earn credit, members must complete 45 hours of SOUL service per credit hour. Up to two upper-division credits may be earned in a semester.
The benefits of getting involved with SOUL include credit toward graduation as well as developing valuable leadership skills. Members work closely with the HDFS department, establishing contacts for future events.
To become an SOUL member, simply attend one of the weekly meetings to talk to the officers about getting involved.
If you have any questions, please contact SOUL Advisor Jaime Rotner at firstname.lastname@example.org