USL Courses connect ASU students with the community.
Whatever your interests, major, or level (freshman through graduate students), University Service-Learning offers an internship experience tailored for you. Give your resume a boost as you engage in vital community service. You choose the type of service and setting, even study abroad! (See bottom of course descriptions list for current study abroad USL courses.)
Service opportunities include:
- Advocating for working-poor families
- Tutoring and mentoring children
- Assisting with hospice care
- Serving at a homeless shelter
- PR/Fundraising for a non-profit
- Addressing environmental issues
The above are just a few examples - many varied opportunities available!
Learn about your community, the importance of civic engagement, and effects of social injustice on society through coursework focused on community service experiences at a pre-approved site. Offered every Fall, Spring & 8-week Summer session.
Why enroll in a USL course?
- Fulfill community service hours required by some programs and scholarships
- Gain a competitive edge with employers and graduate and professional schools
- Acquire "real-world" experience, professional, and leadership skills applicable to any career
- Perform service that directly impacts people or communities in need