Students who take a course with a service-learning component will engage in community projects that are related to the course content, and then reflect on the experience in class discussion or through written work. UWM has many service-learning course offerings so that students in various disciplines and majors can learn through this powerful pedagogical practice.
Login and Resources for Currently Enrolled Service-Learners
The Center for Community-Based Learning, Leadership, and Research is a drop-in center, so you can stop by anytime during normal business hours if you need assistance or resources. Additionally, below is a link to login to the service-learning database, forms, and other resources.
Service-Learning Presentation Video (for online learners or those that miss the class presentation)
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Service-Learning Courses at UWM
Service-learning is offered in over 90 courses at UWM, with over 3,000 students each year enrolling in a course with a service-learning component. The departments that offer service-learning currently include:
- Biomedical Sciences
- Communication Science Disorders
- Conservation and Environmental Sciences
- Criminal Justice
- Curriculum and Instruction
- Educational Policy and Community Studies
- Exceptional Education
- Health Care Administration
- Occupational Therapy
- Social Work
- Therapeutic Recreation
- Urban Studies
- Women and Gender Studies
If you are interested in taking a service-learning course, contact Laurie Marks at firstname.lastname@example.org.