|Faculty Coordinator:||Luis E. Arevalo, PhD|
|Office:||120 U Plaza B|
Service-Learning provides a much needed and desired academic component complementing the extensive public service efforts of many Utah Tech University students. It also supports Utah Tech’s educational mission, which, in part, is to prepare citizen scholars who “will make responsible and meaningful contributions to society, in part through service to others.”
Service-Learning is a well-researched and highly effective teaching pedagogy, which incorporates community service into the course curriculum. Service Learning is an educational experience where students:
- Gain a broader understanding of course content,
- Earn a deeper appreciation of the discipline,
- Help meet community needs,
- Reflect on service activities, and
- Develop an enhanced sense of civic responsibility.
Many opportunities for service-learning are available for Utah Tech students in courses throughout the university. Some of these courses identified with service-learning components can be found in the catalog. Enter in the "Search Catalog" box either the acronym "ALCE" for Active Learning, Civic Engagement, or "ALCS" for Active Learning, Community Service to see these courses.