What is Service Learning?
Service Learning integrates academic coursework with service to the community. Students engage in classroom activities and discussions and perform local service projects related to their academic coursework. More than a volunteering opportunity, service learning furthers educational goals while promoting civic responsibility. From focused instruction and concept discussions with classmates to practical, real-world application, coupled with reflection
and assessment, the learning process becomes a much richer and more well-rounded experience.
Through reflective activities, students enhance their understanding of course content, learn to apply academic training to solve real-world problems, and develop a sense of civic responsibility.
Spring 2017 Service Learning Course information now available!
Community Partner Breakfast - Friday, January 27, 2017
The annual Partner Breakfast brings together UT Arlington Faculty and Staff with regional Non-Profit Community Partners and Agencies, providing a unique opportunity for collaboration in service learning and service projects within UT Arlington academic courses and campus programs. It is an excellent occasion to build strong partnerships. Open to UT Arlington Faculty and Staff, Community Non-profit Organizations/Agencies, UTA Departmental Student Leaders involved in planning and implementing service to the community, and UTA Masters and PhD students involved in teaching service learning courses.
Register Here for this free event.
Awareness Campaign now underway!
Have you seen our new service learning posters around campus? This is just the beginning of our Service Learning Awareness Campaign! Look for our new logo, tabling events, and more as we educate students, staff, and faculty on the positive impact service learning courses make to a student's current and future life goals.
Click here to download the CSL 8 1/2" x 11" flyer
Click here to download the CSL 11" x 17" poster