Community Engagement

Emmanuel College and the NCAA DII firmly believe that serving our community with service projects is valuable to the growth of our student athletes; additionally, we also believe that through community engagement activities, we can further build long lasting relationships with our community by:

  • Fellowshipping and interacting at social gatherings
  • Creating an atmosphere of friendly interaction
  • Inviting the community on campus to allow them to learn more about our mission
  • Creating a fun atmosphere to be remembered by all

Throughout the year, Emmanuel College student athletes, led by our SAAC, will find ways to invite all students, faculty, staff, administration, along with our local community to a number of community engagement events.

Click here for more information about the NCAA DII statement on the difference between Community Service and Community Engagement

To learn more about Emmanuel College's Community Engagement events, click HERE.

List of Service Completed by Student-Athletes 2015-2016

  • Men’s Basketball volunteered and assisted with the Royston Elementary School Reading Program
  • Men’s Basketball mentored students as part of Middle School Mentorship Program
  • Men’s Basketball volunteered work for Royston Elementary Beautification Program
  • All sports volunteered operating Victoria Bryant Haunted Trails and Hay Ride
  • Men’s Basketball provided training and coaching to local Youth
  • Cross Country and Track worked with Victoria Bryant to Clean up and clear trails
  • Cross Country and Track visited  Brown Memorial Convalescent Center spending time with and singing CC/TR
  • All sports put on a Free Community Carnival in Fall
  • Volunteered and hosted First Responders Night
  • Volunteered and hosted Community Appreciation Night
  • Cheer have set-up and help run a Community Clothes Closet
  • Cheer put on a Pep Rally and volunteered with Lavonia Elementary School
  • Swimming, Men’s Wrestling, and Men’s Lacrosse unload Pumpkins at Royston United Methodist Church
  • Women’s Basketball attended career day and spoke at Lavonia Elementary School
  • Women’s Basketball has provided volunteers for Children’s Ministry at First Baptist of Royston
  • The Student Athlete Advisory Committee and Winter sports helped build float for and participate in Royston Christmas Parade
  • Men’s Lacrosse volunteered with Northeast Georgia Animal Shelter
  • Men’s Lacrosse served as volunteers for Lacrosse for Leukemia Clinic at Northview High School
  • Men’s Lacrosse worked with and spent time with special needs students at Franklin County Intermediate School
  • Men’s Lacrosse participated in Face-Off for a Cause as part of the Wounded Warrior Project
  • Men’s Lacrosse sponsored a night of Pizza and bowling with families of children with special needs from the Franklin and Hart counties Special Olympics
  • Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse and Women’s Volleyball raised money and purchased toys for boys and girls Christmas list for Franklin and Hart Counties Foster Parents Association Toy Drive
  • Men’s Soccer volunteer operating the Fall Festival at Level Grove Elementary School
  • Men and Women’s Soccer volunteered at the Royston Elementary “Wax Museum”
  • Archery Served as outreach guest of Christian Outdoorsman and Christian Bowhunters banquet
  • The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee hosted Royston Elementary Sports Day
  • The Student-Athlete Advisory Committee raised over $500 for Make-a-Wish Foundation
  • All Sports provided workers to set-up and interact with prospective students at EC Fall Preview and Spring Previews
  • All Sports Set-up and Served prospective students at Pigs Feast
  • Cross Country and Track help with moving Macs from Aaron
  • Cross Country and Track Mulched the trail between Roberson and AC
  • Fall Sports assisted moving new students in on Move-in Day last August
  • Swimming operated clinics for local swim clubs the CSCAA Forum
  • Swimming participated in “SWIM 15” event, each swimming in honor of someone fighting cancer to generate awareness for Swim Across America’s Cancer research mission.