Project Forms & Due Dates

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.

Complete the Student Information Form

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 first day.  
    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:

Charles Stephens
Service-Learning Office
Field Administration Building, F-114

Phone: 413-236-1637

*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.