Service-learning is a mutually beneficial endeavor in which course learning objectives are met by addressing community-identified needs--putting academics into practice. Projects require a minimum of 15 hours of service work outside the classroom, and provide students with opportunities to be a part of the solution to challenges identified by our community partners. Service-learning always includes critical reflection of the experience and empowers community members, students, and faculty to create change.
Interested in receiving a service-learning course designation? Please read the criteria.
Thanks to the Racial Healing Planning Grant from W.K. Kellogg, the Office of Service-Learning was able to participate in two new projects during the 2014-15 school year: an African American Males First-Year Experience course and the Transgender Campus Education program. Learn more about the grant.