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The Office of Service Learning worked with 83 faculty members on teaching and scholarship related to service learning.
The Center for Service and Learning involves students, faculty and staff in educationally meaningful service activities that mutually benefit the campus and community.
The mission for the Center for Service and Learning (CSL) is to involve students, faculty, and staff in educationally meaningful service activities that mutually benefit the campus and community. CSL is organized as a coordinating partner of the Consortium of Learning and Scholarship with the Director reporting up through the Executive Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Faculties. The history of CSL began in 1993 with a focus on service learning course development; four offices have been established to coordinate a variety of campus-community programs. The budget is primarily supported through the reallocation of campus funds to achieve the campus mission of civic engagement. IUPUI has gained national recognition for its commitment to and scholarship on service learning and civic engagement.
The following are links to past CSL Annual Reports. This report summarizes achievements of the IUPUI Center for Service and Learning (CSL) for an academic year. Also included are highlights from the year, future steps in development, as well as awards, grants, publications and presentations.
2011-12 Annual Report
2010-11 Annual Report
2009-10 Annual Report
2007-08 Annual Report
2006-07 Annual Report
2005-06 Annual Report
2004-05 Annual Report
2003-04 Annual Report
2002-03 Annual Report
2001-02 Annual Report
2000-01 Annual Report
If IUPUI is to help make central Indiana one of the world’s best places to live, to work and to learn through the discovery and use of knowledge, how should the campus organize itself to play a role in this transformation? What specific steps should we take to achieve this vision? How will we know we are making adequate progress on this objective? In the near term, we should seek to:
(1) define and systematically measure civic engagement, including community-based student learning;
(2) double community-based learning by 2010;
(3) document that by 2010 every graduate of an IUPUI degree program has completed a reflective experience that enhances their understanding of the responsibilities of citizenship.
"At a Glance" Service Learning Courses at IUPUI