Service-learning is a learning experience that combines service with the community with structured preparation and reflection opportunities. Service opportunities are tied to academic coursework and address concerns that are identified and articulated by the community.
As students engage in service-learning, they learn about the context in which service is provided, the connection between their service and their academic coursework, and their roles as community members.
Service-Learning Quick Links
- AUT 2013 Service-Learning Courses and Registration Times
- Browse and Register for Service-Learning Positions
- Frequently Asked Questions about Service-Learning
The Carlson Center offers two workshops to help students prepare for their service-learning experience.
- Complete the Self-Placement Form
Service-learning self-placements are for students that have a pre-existing volunteer relationship with a non-profit or government organization that meets the learning goals for your service-learning course.
- Download Acknowledgement of Risk Form
This form is for those that missed online registration and or those that are under 18. The Carlson Center must receive a signed copy of this form before you begin volunteering at a service-learning site.