By joining SALT, you can help bring service opportunities to the ACU community while having fun and making great friends! Some service activities included: neighborhood walking, visiting the elderly, preparing thanksgiving meals, supporting local agencies, year-end recycling, and more.

SALT's main goal is to build relationships through service in order to fulfill our ACU and Christian mission. We work to establish relationships with the neighborhoods surrounding our campus and with community partners so that, as an ACU community, we may be able to respond to their needs. Members must be actively committed to developing a personal lifestyle of service, as well as being dedicated to engaging others in service.

SALT student service group assisting at the food bank

As a member of SALT, you will be able to choose a ministry team to join.

The following are the specific ministry teams you can choose from and examples of service you might do on each team. Please be in prayer for which ministry team you would like to work with this year.

SALT Ministry Teams

  • Elderly
  • Hunger and Homelessness
  • Children
  • Hands and Feet
  • Global
  • "Neighbor 4 Neighbor"

Member expectations, preferred skills and characteristics.

Applications are due in the Service-Learning & Volunteer Resources office in the Center for Christian Service & Leadership (lower level of McGlothlin Campus Center). New members are accepted at the beginning of the fall semester during the first week or two of school.

Ready to Be a Part?

We’re eager to see not only what you can accomplish with an ACU education, but how your unique perspective can enrich your fellow classmates and ACU as a whole.