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Connect Service and Learning 

ProCES courses connect service with academic work. Depending on the course, you might:

  • develop a theater piece with local youth or create a film;
  • review the scholarly literature on a key issue for the staff of a busy nonprofit organization;
  • debate ethical or theoretical understandings of service; or
  • evaluate potential responses to societal needs through the lens of a particular academic discipline.

ProCES courses have either an optional or required service or community-engaged learning component. Course Offerings will note this with these labels:

  • Community-Engaged Learning Component Required means that everyone in the course has the opportunity to engage with community members through activities such as in-class discussion, public presentations, or on-site research.
  • Community-Engaged Learning Component Optional means that there are multiple ways in which service experiences or community engagement could connect to course assignments. 

The Service Focus icon provides a way for Service Focus students to determine if a course is a good fit for their course commitment.

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