The Centre for Social Concern encourages involvement from students, faculty, administration and concerned citizens in the London community.  There are many ways to get involved.

Join the e-mail list:

To join our email list and be notified of all the Centre's events please e-mail the Director, and leave your name and email address.  The Centre will not give out your address and will not overload your account; we only send emails roughly once or twice a month.  If you are on the email list and would like to be removed then email us and we will do so without question.  For people that have spam/blocking programs, please add us to your address booklet so that our messages get through to your inbox.

Participate in events:

Everyone is welcome to come to the events and speakers hosted by the Centre.  There are no charges to attend the Centre's events.  Please join our email list in order to learn about upcoming events.

Sit-in on a board meeting:

The Centre encourages student, faculty and community involvement.  If you would like to sit-in on a board meeting then please email the Director of the Centre and we will let you know when the next meeting will occur.

Become a member of the board:

The Centre for Social Concern is very happy to welcome new members to the Board.  The Board gathers roughly once a month during the Academic year to discuss possible speakers and social justice initiatives.  If you are interested in becoming involved in this capacity then please email the Director of the Centre.

Apply for the King's Social Justice Scholarship:

The Centre for Social Concern is connected to the Social Justice Scholarship, which is a full scholarship offered at King's University College.  Social Justice Scholarship recipients are active in areas of social justice and after being awarded the scholarship they become members of the Centre for Social Concern.  To learn more about this generous scholarship click here to visit the King's Scholarships Website.

The Centre for Social Concern welcomes and encourages questions, suggestions and concerns.  If you have a connection to a certain speaker, know of a social justice issue of particular concern or want to make a general inquiry then please contact the Centre.