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Thursday, 17 December 2009 15:42

Students doing incredible good work in the community and linking it their academics is what the CESEP program is all about. Whether in a classroom, social service agency, or community-based organization, CESEP students are helping with community identified needs and learning by doing.  

The CESEP Program supports undergraduate students engaged in academic service learning by providing the following:

  • an orientation on community work
  • opportunities to earn an additional credit by attending a recitation
  • finding placement opportunities
  • troubleshooting any problems for students that arise at their site.

Students participate in the program by enrolling in a 3-credit CESEP-supported course, do a minimum of 33 hours of service and complete the associated course work.  Students in a one-credit CESEP recitation component receive a letter grade and the course counts towards graduation.


Click here to learn what CESEP Courses being offered in Spring 2014

Learn more about CESEP Civic Pathways Certificates

Scholarship Opportunities

 

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