ASU Community Engagement Program's University Service-Learning (USL) connects ASU students with nonprofits, community outreach programs, and Title I schools.
Details for ASU Students interested in enrolling in a USL course
ASU's Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College Community Engagement Programs is committed to creating a culture of civic engagement, generating positive social change, and building a bridge between ASU and the Community. The mission of our programs is to:
University Service-Learning connects an in-depth study of civic engagement and community issues with active service to the community at nonprofits, community organizations, government entities and Title I Schools. ASU students enrolled in USL classes select from a list of approved service internships to fulfill their service hour requirements.
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|Causes||Arts & Culture At-Risk Youth Children & Youth Civic Engagement College Readiness Community Crisis Support Domestic Violence Early Childhood Education General Education Food Insecurity, Hunger Homeless & Housing Human Rights Immigrants & Refugees Incarcerated, Formerly Incarcerated Marginalized Populations Mentor Older Adults Persons with Disabilities Poverty & Basic Needs Race & Ethnicity STEM Social Justice Special Needs Sustainability Tutor Workforce Development|
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2,302 Impacts | 7,498 Hours