Academic Service-Learning for Students
Academic Service-Learning (ASL) helps students gain a better understanding of course content by putting it into practice. Service-learning engages students in real-life settings, working on community issues to connect classroom learning with societal issues. An effective service-learning course involves students in a meaningful community project combined with reflection to process the learning gained from field experience. By taking an academic service-learning course, you can potentially earn your service ELR.
To view a list of Service-Learning courses being offered this semester, click here. You can also search for Service-Learning courses on OnTrack, by selecting the “Service Learning” option in the course type drop down box.
This list is updated prior to the start of the fall and spring semester.