Service matters at Oklahoma State University. Recent OSU Marketing graduate and Sugar Land resident, Chelsea Muncil, was honored for her commitment to community service by receiving OSU’s honorary service CORD. Muncil was recognized along with 21 other CORD recipients.
OSU’s Service-Learning Volunteer Center recognizes outstanding student volunteers by rewarding them with an honorary orange graduation CORD. Muncil has served 409 community service hours as an OSU undergraduate.
Her experiences with each of these organizations helped her gain awareness about the world around her and improve her time management, communication and leadership skills.
“Serving helps build character and responsibility throughout college. I am proud to wear orange to any event in which I am serving,” Muncil said.
The CORD program is coordinated by the OSU Service-Learning Volunteer Center. The Center is committed to providing leadership for OSU students by offering interactive and meaningful service-learning activities, providing research opportunities, and connecting with society to promote the general welfare of its citizens.