Register for the President's Volunteer Service Award

An initiative of the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation


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Faculty, Staff, and Students are Encouraged to Participate

Currently many individuals serve in regular volunteer capacities. We want to recognize your commitment and outstanding service to the community. We encourage everyone to become involved with charitable, service and civic organizations. To earn an award, individuals, families and groups are encouraged to record their volunteer activities served by clicking on the UT Dallas logo at The President's Council on Service and Civic Participation provides a simple web-based method for individuals to record and measure ongoing volunteer efforts.

How to Create Your Profile

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Award Levels

Young Adults: Ages 15-25

  • Bronze Award: 100-174 hours
  • Silver Award: 175-249 hours
  • Gold Award: 250 or more hours

Adults: Ages 26 and up

  • Bronze Award: 100-249 hours
  • Silver Award: 250-499 hours
  • Gold Award: 500 or more hours

President's Call to Service Award

Individuals who have completed 4000 or more volunteer service hours over the course of their lifetime are eligible to receive the President's Call to Service Award.

The awards packages include a certificate of achievement, a President's Volunteer Service Awards lapel pin, a note of congratulations from the President of the United States and a letter from the President's Council on Service and Civic Participation. Eligible participants will be invited to attend the annual ceremony that takes place in February.

More Information

If you have any other questions regarding this effort, please contact us at (972) 883-4546 or You may also visit the main website to learn about the national program at

Volunteer Opportunities

To learn about opportunities to volunteer in your community, please visit the Office of Student Volunteerism website.