Community Engagement Center

Mini-Breaks

What is a Mini-Break?

Mini-Breaks are community service-learning trips typically done on Saturdays or over weekends. Participants travel locally to engage in active service, learn about social issues, and have life-changing experiences! Each break is lead by an experienced student leader and overseen by a campus advisor.

What will I do on a Mini-Break?

Participants are engaged in direct service for five to seven hours. The type of service depends on the trip. SUU students have helped build and renovate homes, worked with underprivileged children, helped at animal shelters, delivered humanitarian supplies, worked in community gardens, and more! You'll also have the chance to meet other great students and have fun!

How much do Mini-Breaks cost?

The cost for Mini-Breaks is almost free! Trips usually range in price from $5-$35 and include all meals, transportation and lodging (if applicable). If you're interested in a Mini-Break but unable to pay, please contact the Center for financial assistance. 

Spring 2019 Mini-Breaks--space is limited, register today!

  • Saturday, February 9, Quail Creek State Park, St. George area, $5
  • Saturday, February 23, Habitat for Humanity, St. George, $5
  • Saturday, March 2, Quail Creek State Park, St. George area, $5
  • Saturday, March 23, Habitat for Humanity, St. George, $5
  • Saturday, March 30, Enoch Animal Shelter, $5
  • Saturday, April 13, Habitat for Humanity, St. George, $5