The Landis Center Programs

The Landis Center offers students the chance to develop their leadership skills through service in three signature programs:  Alternative School Break (ASB), MOSAIC (Making our Society an Inclusive Community), and the Pre-Orientation Service Program (POSP).

Quick Facts

  • The Landis Center was named for John W. Landis ’39 in June 1999.
  • The Landis Center volunteers logged 13,922 hours in 2016-2017.
  • The Holiday Helpers program collected more than 300 gifts valued at $12,600 in December 2016.
  • More than 70 America Reads tutors work with children in elementary schools to improve reading and math skills.

Giving to the Center

If you would like to make a contribution to help support service-learning and programming through the Landis Center, please visit Lafayette’s Annual Giving website. Please be sure to specify “Landis Community Outreach Center” under “Areas of your choice” to ensure your gift will be designated appropriately.

Gifts to the Landis Center have supported the expansion of programs such as Meals at Third Street in which student volunteers visit Third Street Alliance for Women and Children each week to prepare and share dinner with the residents.