About Our OfficeThe Office of Service-Learning (OSL) was established in 2005 to support the needs of faculty members, community partners, and students involved in community-based learning.
The OSL is guided by an Advisory Committee and is part of Academic Affairs. We collaborate with the Center for Teaching Excellence, Spiritan Campus Ministry, the Office of Mission and Identity, and the University Volunteer Office (DUV). See how our office is organized.
What we can do for you
- For faculty, we are able to assist you with course design, facilitate connections between you and community agencies, and connect you to helpful resources. Learn more . . .
- For community agency personnel, we are able to help you meet faculty whose students can provide valuable services to your agency and further connect you to other University departments that can help meet your needs. Learn more . . .
- For students, we can help you to find appropriate service opportunities for your classes and direct you to student leadership opportunities in the University's community engagement activities. Learn more . . .