FGCU Alert

The University Police Department is conducting a multi-agency training exercise with a simulator that portrays the sound of gunshots from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 25, in Biscayne Hall, part of FGCU’s South Village Residence Hall. Please avoid the area. This is not an emergency. If you have a concern, contact UPD dispatch at (239) 590-1900.

Service Learning Opportunities

Service Learning Opportunities

We are partnered with several agencies within our community to offer service-learning hours to our students. 



Explosive Detection K9 Unknown Decoy Program

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Explosive Detection K9 Unknown Decoy Program is seeking individuals who are interested in helping our K9 teams train to be the best in nation at what they do.  Individuals who would like to assist our Explosive Detection Canine teams train can earn up to four hours of documented service while assisting our K9 teams by serving as decoys.  


Play the role of passengers and carry ‘training aids’.

Must be 18 years of age of older

Must be willing to sign a ‘non-disclosure agreement’

Should expect to be on site between two and four hours depending on the training scheduled for that day.


If interested in further details, please send an email expressing interest to the email below and one of our officers will reach out.


Threat Assessment Division



Image result for fire extinguisher

Environmental Health & Safety

Assisting staff with a variety of campus safety related activities

Basic Fire Safety is an important aspect of maintaining compliance with state laws.  Volunteers will receive service learning hours assisting staff in the department of Environmental Health and Safety with testing and confirming that fire safety equipment is functional and compliant. 


For information, contact: 

Willie Baca

Assistant Director, Environmental Health and Safety




 Image result for lee county emergency management

Lee County Emergency Management

Volunteer for a varity of activities


The EM Volunteers Program is designed to enhance the delivery of emergency management services to the residents of Lee County. This program provides a wide array of volunteer services, including student volunteer, office assistance, and other opportunities relating to the four phases of emergency management: preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.

Emergency Management Volunteer online application

For more information:
Email Emergency Management Volunteer Coordinator 

Stacy Aloisio at saloisio@leegov.com

Submitting Service-Learning Hours

Hours are submitted electronically via Eagle Careerlink like this

Log in to Eagle Careerlink here.

If you have any further questions, you can contact:

Service Learning & Civic Engagement

Library 449