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Certification in Service Learning

Service learning students present the research they undertook for a local nonprofit.

Certification in Service Learning (CSL) recognizes students’ curricular and co-curricular experiences in utilizing their classroom skills to meet community-identified needs. Certification in Service Learning involves several components, including taking a service learning course, completing additional volunteer work, and reflecting on your service learning experiences. Any student who has completed a service learning course is eligible for this certificate.

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More than 2,350 students certified in service learning since 2007
More than 4,000 service learning opportunities each year
KU has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll every year since the award began
KU received the Carnegie Foundation Community Engagement Classification for 2010-20
Service learning students develop better problem-solving skills and better understanding of complex issues than other students
6: Engaged learning certifications available. More on the way
3: Service learning awards conferred each year
Service learning students have more connection to community and school than other students
Real-world experience accompanies classroom learning
Service learning certification is indicated on students' transcripts
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