The Spencer Center for Civic and Global Engagement is literally and figuratively at the heart of Mary Baldwin University. Located in the middle of campus, the Center is a living testament to Mary Baldwin’s commitment to both local and worldwide community outreach. The center offers a clearinghouse of service, study, or volunteer abroad opportunities, as well as service-learning and international education resources for faculty.

It is also a forum for dialogue on an array of civic and global topics, offering guest lectures, faculty-development seminars, and panel discussions on topics such as hunger, healthcare, and human rights. The Spencer Center hosts a study abroad fair and community service fair, and a bimonthly “international café” dialogue series.

Contact Information

Spencer Center for Civic and Global Engagement

Hours of operation: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday and other times for scheduled events.

In celebration of Mary Baldwin’s anniversary, the university community is engaging in 175 service projects during the 2016-17 academic year. Check out what people are doing and join the effort by logging your project.  And don’t forget to tag your project follow our progress on social media with #MBU4Good.

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