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Currently enrolled in a service-learning course and need information?
When you are enrolled in a service-learning course your professor provides specific directions on your service requirements and is your first, best source to answer questions or solve any issues that arise. The VSLC staff is also available to answer questions relating to service-learning course requirements.
View the SL orientation powerpoint.
Click here for Student Service-Learning forms.
Interested in Participating in Service-learning?
Want to try something new? Service-learning is hands on and gets you out into the community!
Service-learning courses give you the opportunity to take what you've learned in the classroom and apply it to make a difference. Service-learning provides real world experiences which help develop leadership skills, foster professional development, an appreciation for diversity, and provide opportunities for increased understanding of course material.
What are the Benefits to Students?
Interested in Alternative Breaks?
Alternative breaks are a drug and alcohol-free opportunity to volunteer, learn about social issues through community service, make friends and have fun! This year the Alternative Break Team has planned three trips:
Find out more at an information session on Tuesday, February 7, Bacon 220, 12:30-1:30 pm.
Interested in Global Service-Learning? Find out more information about this initiative here.
Enter ORCA, the Online Resource for Career Advancement.