First-Years Fall Semester

January Admits & Transfers




Group Involvement:

Want to get your sports team, Greek society, or other student organization involved?

Here are some current partnerships:

  • Men's Lacrosse - Real Men Read (partnership with Clinton Elementary School)
  • Women's Hockey - The Presbyterian Home
  • Men's and Women's Basketball - The Intergenerational Cleanup (each fall)
  • SAAC (Student-Athlete Advisory Committee) - Clinton Central Schools sports teams
  • Alpha Delta Phi - First Presbyterian Church
  • Chi Psi - The Montgomery Experience
  • Delta Kappa Epsilon - Central New York Veterans' Outreach
  • Gamma Xi - Upstate Cerebral Palsy
  • Kappa Delta Omega - Emmaus House
  • Kappa Sigma Alpha - The Children's Museum
  • Phi Beta Chi - Habitat for Humanity
  • Psi Upsilon - Clinton Fire Department
  • Sigma Lambda Upsilon - Thea Bowman House afterschool tutoring

Email outreach@hamilton.edu to find out how your group could join this list!


Individual Involvement:

What is your level of desired INDIVIDUAL service involvement?

A: Just want to get my feet wet
  • HAVOC Service Opportunities
  • All-campus service days (MDD, MLK)
  • Exploring Utica
  • Rebuilding Together (Spring weekend elderly homeowner assistance)
B: I'd like a service experience, but not during the semester
  • Alternative Spring Break: One of the two weeks of spring break, student leader pairs bring a group to their respective site. Distances range from closer-range disaster relief themed trip to southern Mississippi. (10 trips in 2014)
  • Summer Service Internships (DSJP, Levitt Center, and Career Center funding for summer service internships)
C: I'd like to volunteer regularly (weekly/monthly) at an established site
  • Habitat for Humanity (Saturdays weekly)
  • Big Brother/ Big Sister (Saturdays monthly)
  • On Campus Tutoring (Wednesdays 3:30 – 4:30 pm)
D: I'd like to work in a paid or unpaid intern position with a local non-profit during the semester
E: I'd like to be involved with the COOP through a student worker position
  • OA Assistant Director - hired in the fall to begin work in the spring semester.  This position becomes full time in the summer.
  • COOP Senior Fellow - hired in September.  This is an eight hour per week position open to work study students.
F: I'd like to be in a leadership position with a component of the COOP

Service Leadership Opportunities

Positions available annually:

  • HAVOC Director and Executive Board positions
  • HAVOC Site Coordinator (lead volunteer site)
  • ASB Director and Executive Board positions
  • ASB Site Leaders
  • OA Leaders


Amy James

COOP Director

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