Approved Courses

Do you want to get real world experience in your classes?

Service Learning is a teaching AND learning strategy that integrates meaningful community engagement with instruction & refection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities. Check out our options below!

Fall 2018 Courses:

  • AST 101-001 Planetary Astronomy
    MW 9am - 11:45am | Lynnette Hoerner
  • AST 155-001 Astronomy Ancient Cultures
    TR 12pm - 1:15pm | Lynnette Hoerner
  • BUS 176-240 Special Topics: Program Design, Evaluation & Decision Making
    Arvada | W 5:30pm - 9pm | Hybrid | Maggie Miller
  • EDU 221-040 Introduction to Education
    W 3pm - 5:45pm | Jenning Prevatte
  • ENG 131-001 Technical Writing I
    TR 1:30pm - 2:45pm | Sara Fall
  • ENG 131-002 Technical Writing I
    MW 4:30pm - 5:45pm | Christina French
  • ENV 110-001 Natural Disasters
    TR 9am - 10:15am | Lynnette Hoerner
  • HIS 215-001 Women in United States History
    TR 1:30pm - 2:45pm | Toni Nicholas
  • HNR 102-001 Honors Colloquium I
    F 11am - 12:40pm | Barbra Sobhani
  • HNR 202-001 Honors Colloquium II
    F 11am - 12:40pm | Barbra Sobhani
  • POS 111-001 American Government
    TR 12pm - 1:15pm | Soomin Chun Hess
  • POS 111-002 American Government
    MW 10:30am - 11:45am | Soomin Chun Hess
  • SCI 105-02H Science in Society
    MW 12pm-1:15pm | Marie E Hoerner
  • SOC 207-001 Environmental Sociology
    W 12pm - 2:45pm | Sally Stablein

Students who complete the service learning requirements for the course will have an SL designation next to the course on their transcripts.  Faculty may choose to make the service learning requirement optional  and only grant the SL designation to students who choose to complete the service learning requirements.  In order to have a class designated as an SL course, Faculty must submit a Service Learning Course Request Form.

Service Learning Handbook