What is Service Learning?
Service learning combines community service with classroom instruction, focusing on critical, reflective thinking as well as personal and civic responsibility. Service learning programs involve students in activities that address local needs while developing their academic skills and commitment to their community.
How Service Learning works:
- Have a conversation with your faculty member about participating in Service Learning.
- The 20 hour minimum has been removed. Ask your faculty member about the number of hours now required for their course to earn points/extra credit/etc.
- All required forms, documentation, etc. must be received by the Office of the Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs prior to May 1 (Spring) / December 1 (Fall)
- Visit the Student Resources page to complete the registration process.
Service Learning Fairs
Community partners attend this event to provide information of opportunities available to the students and assist the students with signing up for events. Due to the updates in the Service Learning processes, these will resume Fall 2019.
Service Learning across the Nation
More than 4 million college students across the nation participate in Service Learning. This number increases every year because more students are finding that Service Learning enhances their career and way of life.
|Tracy Edwards, MS
Associate VP, Academic Affairs
(405) 945-3376 Office
Coordinator, Academic Affairs and Accreditation
(405) 945-9121 Office
*Through Fall 2017, we reported 37,907 hours completed. Supporting documentation deleted; irretrievably lost.. The count restarted Spring 2018. This number only represents hours submitted through the AVPAA office. ** Based on estimated 2018 volunteer value of $25.43/hour from https://independentsector.org.