The mission of Service-Learning at Centenary University is to create a climate for experiential learning by facilitating service opportunities in the classroom that will reinforce academic learning outcomes and promote a culture of service.
What is Service-Learning?
While both service-learning and other forms of community service are important to the life and culture of our campus, service-learning stands out in one important way: the service is directly related to course content. This will help students make real life connections between their classroom work and the needs of the community, turning academic work into a meaningful way to contribute to the broader society.
Service-Learning Courses for Fall 2020
Please consult with your advisor when signing up for a Service-Learning Course. For more information about a specific course please contact the Office of Service-Learning.
|Department||Program||Course ID/Name||Faculty||SL Project|
Foundations of Literacy
|McCoy||Community story time|
Practicum: Therapeutic Riding I
Practicum: Therapeutic Riding II
How do you Know
|Battistini||Working with Erin Snyder on sexual assault prevention issues|
|SBS||Social Work||SWS 1000/
Intro to Social Work
|Veerman||Virtual non-profit volunteering (student choice)|
Foundations of Ed
|McCrystal||Tutoring at Hatchery Hill|
Saving the World, One Non-Profit at a Time
|Lewthwaite||Virtual non-Profit volunteering/business analysis of local organization|
Survey of American Lit
Who am I?
|Floether||Virtual non-profit volunteering (student choice)|
Animals and Society
|Taylor||Work with animal therapy groups, volunteering or fundraising|
|Davis||Developing online content for libraries and schools.|