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Faculty Support for Academic Service-Learning

The MSU Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement supports university faculty from across all colleges and majors in creating meaningful academic service-learning opportunities. Resources are available for faculty seeking to develop a new course and those expanding upon their existing academic service-learning course with new practices.

Resources offered to faculty include:

  • Facilitating community partnerships
  • Faculty development workshops
  • Service-Learning Toolkit
  • Student service-learning orientations
  • Serve. Learn. Engage!, a student enrollment database to register for service-learning positions
  • Tools of Engagement, a web-based curriculum on community engaged learning for undergraduate students
  • Transportation (i.e. free CATA tokens)
  • Consultations on service-learning course development

To best support faculty interested in service-learning, the MSU Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement has dedicated a staff member to work with each of the MSU’s colleges. Please click here to find the academic team member appointed to your college for support in integrating service-learning into your course!


  • Faculty & Organizational Development
  • Michigan Campus Compact
  • Capital Area Transportation Authority
  • Resource Center for Persons with Disabilities


  • Michigan Campus Compact


Renee C. Brown

Director, Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement