University Service-Learning offers ASU courses that link academic curriculum with service at Community Partner sites and provides service-learning resources to ASU faculty, K-12 teachers, and the community.
3-credit service-learning courses for students
Make a difference in your community, satisfy graduation requirements, and gain resume-building “real-world” community service experience attractive to employers, graduate, and professional schools. Learn about community issues through academic coursework that correlates to your major and approved service activities. You select the type of community service and setting from a varied list of approved Community Partners. Enroll in a USL course!
Semester-long ASU interns for community partners
ASU University Service Learning (USL) students, eager to serve the community, could be placed at your organization or school at no cost to you. Students enrolled in USL courses provide 70-100 hours of direct service in area schools, nonprofit or government agencies, and community outreach programs.
USL students come from all majors and levels and seek a wide-variety of service experiences. Even if you already have had ASU students placed with you, partnering with USL provides another rich source of motivated interns.
Resources for ASU faculty & K-12 teachers
University Service-Learning provides provides professional development training for K-12 teachers on service-learning implementation, and service-learning resources and data collection for ASU Faculty utilizing service-learning as a teaching methodology.
Service-learning resources for all
University Service-Learning provides general service-learning information, resources, and related links to promote participation and best practices in service-learning implementation.