Service-Learning Courses

Interested in taking a class that offers Service-Learning?
Here are some courses you can check out.


Fall 2015

EDUC 111: Teaching in a Diverse World - Hendricks, K.; Peters, A.; Schnettler, L.; Spenader, A.

Students in EDUC 111 complete their service-learning in schools and organizations that work with children in grades K-12. Students serve as tutors, staff assistants, and mentors in settings such as the Boys and Girls Club, local schools, and Girl Scouts.

ENGL 214: Writing the Experience - Bolin, C.

Students in ENGL 214 work with a local elementary school and works with students to improve literacy skills through writing poetry.

ESSS 321: Culture and Sport- LaFountaine, J.

Students in ESSS 321 focus on combining knowledge of sports with diverse populations. Students engage with students at various sites including local elementary schools and Boys and Girls Club.

ETHS/ESSS 390: Sports Ethics- LaFountaine, J.

Students in ETHS/ESSS 390 engage in service at various sites, like the YMCA and local elementary schools, and focus on assisting with programming involving sports and physical education to learn and observe how ethics relate to sports.

PSYC 360: Developmental Psychology- McCormick, A.; Paulson, A.

Students in PSYC 360 work with populations throughout the lifespan to enhance their understanding of developmental psychology. Students will complete their service-learning at local schools, long-term care facilities, and with organizations like Girl Scouts.

SOCI 340: Criminology and Corrections- Nelson, S.

Students in SOCI 340 complete their service-learning with local organizations aimed at preventing people from entering the criminal justice system and supporting those who have been apart of the criminal justice system.

  • Communication
  • English
  • History
  • Nutrition
  • Economics
  • Education
  • Exercise and Sports Science
  • Peace Studies
  • Psychology