The Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement supports faculty development by providing resources and training for professors who integrate service-learning into their course curriculum. Workshops, led by trained professionals, are offered each semester. Additionally, our office staff will assist you by face-to-face meetings, connecting you to community partners, or giving presentations about service-learning to your class. Just let us know how we can help. We are here to serve!
END OF COURSE SURVEYS
For Faculty- How well did service-learning fit into your course goals? What were your learning outcomes? Were there special challenges? Would you do this again? This is information we need to know in order to improve our programs and meet your needs. Please take a few minutes to complete the Faculty End of Course Survey at the end of each semester.
For Students- Student surveys are now integrated in the University's Student Evaluation of Faculty surveys and are administered during certain times of the year. You will be notified of the dates for Fall and Spring semesters.
For Community Partners- Do you have a special relationship with your community partner? Since we focus on reciprocal partnerships, their feedback is important to us. Was your project beneficial to your community partner, as well as your students? Please ask your partner to complete the Community Partner Survey at the end of each semester.
As an added benefit to you, all survey feedback is compiled individually for your class, and you receive a feedback report based on your survey results, usually within three weeks of the end of the semester!
Faculty members will find the following resources helpful as you design and improve your service-learning courses. The mini-grant application is being revised and will be available shortly.
Release Form for students
Center for Service Learning and Civic Engagement