Overview: Important Due Dates for 2018 Service Learning
|Due Date(s)||Event/Requirement||Responsible Party|
|January 25 (Ongoing Enrollmemnt)||Service Learning Interest Form||Site Leader/ Community Partner|
|February 20||Service Learning Sign up Deadline||Student|
|February 23||CORI/SORI Submission Deadline||Student|
|February 20||SL Project Agreement Due||Student|
|May 2 - May 9||Student Evaluation Due||Student|
|May 9 - May 16||Community Evaluation Due||Site Leader/ Community Partner|
|Weekly Email by 5:00 PM Each Friday||Service Hours Logs||Student|
Service Learning Student Information Form
All Service Learning participants must complete this form in order if you would like to participate in Service Learning for classroom credit in 2017-2018. We have multiple service sites that benefit the community and this information will better prepare us to find a match to fit your needs. The deadline to sign up for Service Learning is Monday, February 20th at 5:00 PM.
Service Learning Project Agreement
- Purpose: Outlines your learning goals for your Service-Learning project.
- When: Must work your learning goals out with your faculty instructor and the guidence of the Service Learning Coordinator prior to your first day of service on your site.
- Review your project responsibilities within the agreement with your site supervisor on your
NOTE: You must obtain all signatures before you can receive full Service Learning credit.
- Project Contracts are due to the Service-Learning Office by Tuesday, February 20th.
For a final signature*, deliver your contracts to:
Field Administration Building, F-114
*Missing this deadline, or failre to receive an extension, means you cannot participate in Service-Learning this semester.
Service Learning Assessment Requirements
- Purpose: Service Learning is committed to Additionally, your feedback on your Service-Learning experience helps us shape our program to make it the best fit for our students.
- Weekly Service Hours Logs: Develops accountability by tracking service hours worked by student. Due to Charles Stephens each Friday by 3:00 PM. Participants may email a picture copy with your site supervisor's signature.
- Reflection Questions/Classroom Requirements: Faculty will measure student learning by asking students to reflect on their experiences while engaging with the community at the sites. These can be weekly or mid-term journaling, or end of semester capstone project.
- Community Evaluation: Feedback on student volunteer performance by the Site Supervisor.
- Student Experience Survey: Complete a survey outlining and evaluating your experience on site and the service learning process.