Service-learning courses are unique and need to be tailored individually. The resources below can be helpful when designing new courses or to support current courses. To discuss your specific course, please contact our academic community engagement coordinator at 304-293-8761 or email@example.com.
- Learn about S Designation
- Service-learning Syllabus Guide
- Service-learning outcomes related to GEF LEAP goals
- Sample Syllabi
- Request support for your course
Course Tools available through CSLiServe
iServe is our online volunteer management database that can be customized for use in your service-learning course.Service-learning teaching assistant
Get a service-learning teaching assistant to help coordinate service project, assist with reflection and provide additional support.
The service-learning contract is used to ensure students and community partners both have clear expectations of the scope and outcome of the service project. It also ensures that the project is connected to student learning outcomes as laid out in the syllabus. The contract is individually tailored for each course and completed electronically. The link above provides an example.Service-Learning Evaluation
The evaluation is completed electronically by community partners to provide faculty with feedback about students’ performance. The link above provides an example.
Communication tips to help students interact with community organizations.Partner exploration questions
Partner exploration questions can be used to guide students in voicing choice about their service-learning project.Partners
We have official partnerships with over 150 community organizations as well as a wide range of campus programs through our campus and community partner program. We work continuously to expand and strengthen this program. Learn more about our community and campus partnership programs.
External Research and Tools
- Campus Compact Resources
- Faculty Toolkit for Service Learning in Higher Education
- Syllabus Design Tips