Volunteer Service Award Program

The Volunteer Service Award Program (VSAP) is a public service honor initiative program for Morgan State University students who volunteer their time, talents, and energy to Office of Community Service various programs and events.VSAP is com-posed of five principles: Service,Community Engagement,Professionalism and Honor. This program has increased student participation in volunteering through the Office of Community Service youth programs. VSAP honors our youth participants, alumni, and Community supporters through our principle of Community Engagement.

How to become a VSAP student:

Morgan State University students can receive community service hours by volunteering with one of the programs below. All of the following programs are sponsored by the Office of Community Service:

  • Campus Pals
  • College Explorers
  • Kreative Kids Fine Arts Program
  • KUUMBA After School Program 
  • A.S.A.N.T.E Private Tutoring
  • Brother 2 Brother Mentoring Program
  • S.A.S.Y Mentoring Program
  • Kwanzaa Celebration
  • Yes 2 College Summit
  • Any volunteer position within the department that had been VSAP verified 

If you are interested in becoming a VSAP student please contact one of our programs or email msu.vsap@gmail.com.

"It all begins with volunteering, so start today!"

Award System

The President's Volunteer Service Award (PSVP) is an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and is administered by Points of Light. Through a shared mission of inspiring more to answer the call to service, the President's Volunteer Service Award celebrates the impact we can all make in bettering our communities and our world. This program is available to those volunteers who have program positions aiming for the minimum hours of 100. Those who complete the program will received a USA President Public Service Award in the Bronze, Silver, or Gold category. 

The Community Service Certificate Award is an initiative of the Office of Community Service at Morgan State University. This program is available to those volunteer who have volunteered but are under the minimum hours of 100. Those who complete the program will received a Community Service Certificate in Blue, Orange and Spirit division. Below you will find the Morgan State University Office of Community Service Award Chart Program Structure:

Student Award Chart:

Office of Community Service Certificate Awards


Division I: Blue Volunteer Certificate
Community Service Hours:1-49

Division II: Orange Service Certificate
Community Service Hours: 50-80

Division III: Spirit Public Service Award
Community Service Hours: 81-99

USA President Service Award

Bronze Award
Community Service Hours: 100 - 174

Silver Award
Community Service Hours: 175 - 249

Goal Award
Community Service Hours: 250 +

Student Organizations Award Chart:

At least 3 members from the organization must participate for hours to count toward award

Office of Community Service Awards

Service Bear Award
Community Service Hours 75-199

USA President Service Award

Bronze Award
Community Service Hours: 200 - 499

Silver Award
Community Service Hours: 500 - 999

Goal Award
Community Service Hours: 1,000 +