Service-Learning is a method of teaching that provides opportunities for students to learn and develop through thoughtfully-organized service experiences that are integrated into the curriculum, meet the needs of a community, provide structured time for critical, reflective thinking and help foster civic responsibility. It is a form of experiential learning that engages students in their own education and fosters lifelong connections between students, their communities, and the world outside the classroom.
Service-Learning (SL) Course Designation
Faculty interested in obtaining the SL (service-learning) designation for a course that will be offered during the 2014-2015 academic year must submit a proposal to the Service-Learning Advisory Council for approval.
Faculty Service-Learning Advisory Council
The Service-Learning Advisory Council is a core group of faculty members representing the seven academic divisions who promote and advocate for service-learning on campus by providing advice and direction to the Director of Service-Learning.
Course Assistant Program
Jacket Philanthropy Program
Urban Semester Program
A "study-away" program that provides an opportunity for students to live in community at the Archwood House, take urban studies-related courses, gain real world experience through a for-credit internship and engage in community and cultural activities.
For more information about service-learning at Baldwin Wallace, please contact:
Christy Burke Walkuski
Director of Community Outreach & Service-Learning