Community Service

Realizing Community Service Based on Tri Dharma

Universitas Sumatera Utara (USU) aims to realize community service based on the Three Pillars of Higher Education (Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi). Community service is conducted through the activities of faculties, lecturers, and students in various fields. We encourage the USU academic community to expand their horizons beyond traditional contexts and possess relevant knowledge and skills to create positive changes in society.

Community Service Activities

USU lecturer oversees optimization of Nias natural resources

Prof. Lilis gave an example of Nias Regency which has abundant natural resources, one of which is coconut plants that grow in very large quantities. One of the downstream potentials of coconut plants that can be done together with Universitas Sumatera Utara is to make it a cosmetic product.

USU Community Service Team Provides Product Packaging Tool Assistance

A team of lecturers from Universitas Sumatera Utara, consisting of Dr. Nauas Domu Marihot Romauli, S.T.P., M.Eng, Prof. Dr. Himsar Ambarita, S.T., M.T., Hendrik Voice Sihombing, S.T., M.T., and Edy Syahputra Harahap, S.T.P., M.Si., carried out community service to increase partner's skills in packaging technology, which was applied to Daima MSME's products, located in Pardomuan Nauli Village, Dusun II Sipuli, Palipi District, Samosir Regency.

USU Fasilkom-TI's Community Service Team Provides Differentiated Learning

Head of the Community Service Team, Sri Melvani Hardi, said this community service aims to improve the learning process by using the concept of differentiated learning, which serves to accommodate the diversity of students in the classroom in terms of student interests, learning profiles, and readiness to achieve better learning outcomes. The learning process uses various learning applications, namely Paddlet, Kahoot, Nearpod, and Classcraft, which allow students to access learning materials anytime and anywhere while maintaining face-to-face interaction with teachers and fellow students.

Sobat Bumi Medan's Mangrove Planting Action

The mangrove planting action took place on the edge of Kampung Nipah Mangrove Beach, Sei Nagalawan, North Sumatra, a place carefully selected to represent the needs of mangrove growth and development. The action, which began at 10 am and ended at 4 pm, was successfully participated in by 21 Pertamina Foundation Sobat Bumi scholarship awardees.

Glancing at Sileme-Leme Panorama in Parsingguran II Village

Panorama Sileme-leme is a new tourist attraction that was pioneered in 2021. In 2022, the Fostered Village Team from the Universitas Sumatera Utara guided tourism development in the village of Parsingguran II. It resulted in very significant changes, as well as providing benefits, both for the village and its people. The Assisted Village Team of Universitas Sumatera Utara paid more attention to infrastructure development, human resource development, and increasing the existence of art groups previously formed by the community.

Community Service Management Information System

In order to implement the community service of Universitas Sumatera Utara, community service management is carried out using the Community Service Management Information System.

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Universitas Sumatera Utara Institute for Community Service

The Universitas Sumatera Utara Institute for Community Service (LPPM USU) was established on December 16, 1980, based on the Decree of the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia No. 1418/PT05/SK/C.1980.

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