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Serving & Learning in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences

The College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences (CEHHS) is no stranger to the term “service-learning.” As a matter of fact, our college has been engaging in this practice for many years. Students in CEHHS are provided a unique opportunity for its best and brightest students to use classroom learning in solving real-world problems.

CEHHS’s Service-Learning Honors Program is competitive, and applicants that meet the minimum admission criteria are not ensured acceptance into the program. For more information on admission requirements, how personal objectives, field of study, and other factors can effect admittance should contact the CEHHS Office of Student Services.

As the university works on a plan to offer future courses with a service-learning component, be sure to read the article featured in the college newspaper, Accolades, about their plans. CEHHS faculty, along with faculty from other colleges, piloted the designation plan to add an “s” to all classes that will apply towards the service-learning component.

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