The Rutgers University Choir (UC) is the largest singing organization at Rutgers, composed of about 100 students of all majors and backgrounds who share in their strong passion for music. This organization has consistently had a significant positive impact on the Rutgers student body and university at large, from fostering strong interpersonal connections between members to hosting frequent performances and events for the university community. UC members also participate in Rutgers traditions, such as singing for commencement and convocation. Additionally, UC maintains a dedicated alumni network that continues to connect past Rutgers students with current ones. Today, even as the COVID-19 crisis causes significant changes to student life and local communities, the UC Executive Board has continued working tirelessly to continue bringing music and morale to Rutgers and maintain a sense of community. This community impressively upholds its values of inclusivity and service while maintaining a high standard of musicianship and continues to bring students, alumni, and community members together as the COVID-19 crisis forces social distancing. This semester, when the choir was required to cancel performances and community events, the organization showed strong leadership in establishing online programs to maintain positivity and connection among members and friends of the community. For example, the choir is developing a virtual choir concert video so that it will still be able to deliver a uniquely UC experience to the Rutgers community despite the cancellation of their anticipated spring concert. UC also comes together with other organizations in public service; this year, joined by the other choirs at Rutgers, the group formed a team for the Rutgers Dance Marathon to fundraise $4,509 for the children’s cancer charity the Embrace Kids Foundation.