Pro Bono Incentives
Students perform pro bono work out of a sense of social responsibility and community commitment. Nevertheless, when students report services rendered, they become eligible for a number of Honors and incentives. These incentives are simply a device to recognize and provide continued motivation for those who give so much and expect so little.
They include the following:
Graduation Cord for 300 hours completed.
$25 Gift Certificate each month to the individual with the most Pro Bono hours.
The person who completes the most hours each month will have his or her picture featured on the SULC website with a brief description of the work completed.