Service learning programs foster the College's engagement within the larger community and promote leadership, social and civic responsibility and student involvement as integral aspects of college education.
Volunteering is usually extracurricular. Your participation is strictly community service and has no connection to classroom instruction.
Service Learning is a co-curricular instructional strategy. As a service learning student, you have the opportunity to think critically about your educational experience and examine your service in greater context.
Jeanette Jacobs, Coordinator of Academic Support Services
Office: NBSS 2302-A
Gina Maloy, Coordinator of Career Services
Office: ESEE 2103C
Trinity River Campus
Elena Walker, Student Development Associate
Office: TREF 4217C
Updated June 25, 2015