Co-Curricular Learning

Student Affairs Educators and Faculty Partnerships

The programs and opportunities offered through the CSLC enhance student learning and may be useful as faculty seek ways to complement the learning that occurs in the classroom. All of the CSLC programs and opportunities focus on civic responsibility, one of the essential learning outcomes from the Association of American College and Universities (AAC&U) Liberal Education & America's Promise (LEAP). CSLC programs may include additional learning outcomes such as Foundations and Skills for Lifelong Learning, Integrative Learning, Critical Thinking, Intercultural Knowledge and Competence, or Ethical Reasoning. Please refer to the Co-Curricular Connections website for additional information.
 

At GVSU, we think about civic engagement as a "three-legged stool", supported by three aligned and collaborative major campus partners:

1. The Community Service Learning Center: focusing on co-curricular student civic engagement

2. The Office for Community Engagement: focusing on curricular and scholarly engagement 

3. The Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center: focusing on providing pedagogical support to faculty doing community-based engaged learning



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