Service-learning enhanced courses are offered in all 17 of UGA’s schools/colleges. With over 300 course sections per year offered locally, at UGA’s extended campuses, online, and internationally, service-learning is available to a growing number of UGA students.
You can find S-designated courses in the UGA Bulletin, using the "search" feature by suffix.
Here are links to some recent service-learning course projects:
- A project to build "Camp Hooray," by UGA's College of Environment & Design
- Terry College of Business students in the Institute for Leadership Advancement take on a range of service projects
- Construction of a "Tiny House" by a service-learning class
- Photojournalism students help capture the Georgia National Fair
- Kinesiology students lead a "Physical Activity and Learning" project for local schools
- Art students document UGA campus streams with a mural as a Watershed UGA activity
- Social work students in Tiffany Washington's class provide respite care for dementia caregivers
- Public health students serve as "lunch buddies" for older adults through Campus Kitchen and ACCA
- Gretchen Thomas's "Discovery Dawgs" students work with elementary schoolers on instructional technology
- Dr. Elizabeth Davis' Writing for the Web class redesigned Paulding County's website
See below for a PDF handout on best practices in designing service-learning courses.