LU Serve is now partnering with Academics to offer students CSER credit through approved courses that have Service-Learning curriculum components. Service-Learning links classroom instruction and knowledge to real world situations, allowing students to use their skills and expertise in their field of study to provide a meaningful benefit to their community. Research overwhelming shows that student retention, critical-thinking, satisfaction, and empathy grows through Service-Learning opportunities.
Service-Learning CSER opportunities allow you to receive CSER credit through completing coursework in your classes. Find out if a course within your Degree Completion Plan is eligible for Service-Learning CSER.
Faculty members can find resources for Service-Learning curriculum development and the Service-Learning CSER Application using our Faculty Resources and Registration Portal.