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Faculty who are looking for ways to enrich student learning, enhance their teaching, and revitalize their curriculum are encouraged to consider creating a new course, or adding a service learning component to their existing course.  Community agencies are seeking individual students, small groups, or whole classes to participate in various service projects.


  • direct participation in service to the community and university partners

  • involves students in learning opportunities outside the classroom to better prepare them for their future roles as citizens and community leaders

  • eligible for “Q” course Experiential Learning recognition

  • courses with a service learning component invigorate teaching pedagogy

  • provides a departure from a traditional teaching approach

  • connects the community to the curriculum by focusing attention on social issues

  • engages students in a more active learning process

  • develops student social responsibility and commitment to civic engagement

Robert Bulsza, LPC

Director of Internships and Service Learning
Career Services Center
Lib Jackson Student Union #A-203C
PO Box 261954
Conway SC 29528

Phone (843) 234-3450
Fax (843) 349-2718