Student Community Service

Broadening awareness, empowering contribution, and strengthening connections to the wider community

Student Community Service has become a compulsory course for our undergraduate students since 1971. Every year we dispatch around 7500 students to rural areas throughout Indonesia to live with the community for 7 to 8 weeks.

This program is designed to solve problems facing the community through a multidisciplinary approach and local community empowerment. Learn more about this program.


Minister Teten Masduki Hopes KKN Students Assist MSMEs

Minister of Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprises Teten Masduki hopes that students participating in Student Community Service–Community Empowerment Learning (KKN-PPM) this year can help develop micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in their respective locations. Minister Teten Masduki conveyed ...

UGM Declares Zero Tolerance Stance on Violence

UGM Rector Prof. Ova Emilia has affirmed the university’s stance to take a zero-tolerance approach to violence, especially sexual harassment and violence. The anti-violence campus campaign will kick off online at the annual student community service briefing on Saturday (11/6) ...