How We Support Students
The Office of Service-Learning (OSL) offers the following resources and services:
♦ Finding Service Sites — Sometimes, though not often, faculty ask students to find their own service sites. The Office of Service-Learning can help students find community partners that fit course content, interests, schedule, and transportation needs.
♦ Assistance Obtaining Clearances — Students often need various permissions and clearances in order to participate in service-learning activities that involve vulnerable populations. Access the step-by-step guide here.
♦ Documenting Service-Learning Experiences — Sometimes students need documentation of their service activities. The OSL can provide an official letter recognizing and documenting the effort put forth in service-learning classes.
And, don't forget to check out the Student Guide to Service-Learning!
The goal of this guide (written by students, for students) is to answer questions and equip students with the information needed to be successful in their service-learning work.
It's filled with important and useful information!