UNIV1000 - Freshman Orientation:  Service to Leadership

Click here for TIGER ECHOES.....letters of advice from prior freshmen! 

 

Develop your leadership skills!

Via Service Learning, you can develop leadership skills through:

  • service,
  • service-learning,
  • and civic engagement.

 

Johnnie Smith's UNIV1000

TSU students taking freshmen orientation courses now are provided the opportunity to demonstrate their Tiger spirit by engaging in community service.  Beginning Fall 2015, service day projects will be centered about your major department and college in order for you to gain experience in your area of interest.  Of course, you may join projects from other colleges or you and your fellow UNIV1000 classmates may choose a project of your own such as you see of the class above! 

What's in it for you?  Besides meeting the service hours requirement of the UNIV1000 class, engaging in service makes you feel good. Notice the smiles?

Making friends

You make friends. You learn about the needs of the community. needs of communityYou feel a pride in work well done. You develop critical thinking skills and improve your decision-making skills.  

You learn to be a part of a team.
 

 You get to know your instructors as you work with them on projects.

You learn that you are a part of making a positive difference in the lives of others!


SYLLABUS 

Getting to know your instructor

View Syllabus - 2015-2016 UNIV1000 Freshman Orientation:  Service to Leadership

PARTICIPATION

See our Community Partners list for the needs of the community, services needed

and contact information.

 

 

 


 

 






webpage contact:
Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement