Service-learning courses carry an “S” suffix to designate service-learning, for example: UNIV 1201S. These S-designated courses can be searched in several ways.
How to search for S-designated courses
Search the UGA Bulletin
You can search the UGA Bulletin to see which courses have been approved with the S-suffix. Use the advanced search feature to search by suffix, and you can pull up an alphabetical listing of all courses that have been approved to have the S suffix: http://bulletin.uga.edu/CoursesAdvSearchBySuffix.aspx.
Use the ATHENA system
To see what S-designated courses are being offered in a particular semester, go to the ATHENA system “class schedule” link and select the appropriate semester. Select the course prefix (or several/all of them), then under “Attribute Type,” highlight “Service-Learning,” add in any other parameters (such as particular instructors or campuses), and the “Class Search” button at the bottom will return a list of all the S-designated courses offered in that semester.
Courses that have other suffixes (such as E courses) that have been approved with the “SERV” attribute through CAPA will also show up in the Class Search in ATHENA (but not in the Bulletin).
(Note, presently courses that may include service-learning, but do not carry the S-suffix, are not readily searchable unless they carry the SERV attribute. Contact the Office of Service-Learning with questions about other courses.)