Community Service-Learning in STM Courses

Students can participate in Community Service-Learning as part of their academic program in a variety of courses. Students are paired with a community organization relevant to the class they are taking, and are given an alternative set of assignments that engage with their volunteer experience. The Engaged Learning Office has many community partners that students can work with, but students are also able to work with a community partner of their choosing, as long as they have approval from the Engaged Learning Office and their professor.

In Fall 2018, students have the option of doing CSL in the following STM classes:

English

ENG 110.6 Literature & Composition

ENG 114.3 Literature & Composition: Reading Culture

Interdisciplinary Studies

INTS 203.3 Cultivating Humanity

Psychology

PSY 207.3 Psychology of Death & Dying

PSY 213.3 Child Development

PSY 214.3 Adolescent Development

PSY 216.3 Psychology of Aging

PSY 231.3 Psychology and Law 

Religious Studies

RLST 210.3 Religion & Ecology 

Sociology

SOC 111.3 Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process 

SOC 214.3 Social Control

 

In Winter 2019, students have the option of doing CSL in the following STM classes:

English

ENG 114.3 Literature & Composition: Reading Culture

ENG 215.3 Life Writing

Psychology

PSY 207.3 Psychology of Death & Dying

PSY 213.3 Child Development

PSY 214.3 Adolescent Development

PSY 216.3 Psychology of Aging

Religious Studies

RLST 262.3 Religious Perspectives on Death & Dying

RLST 362.3: Monsters & Mischief-Makers

Sociology

SOC 324.3 Multiculturalism Theories Debates and Realities