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Academic Service Learning
Excerpts from Campus Action Plans


In developing each step, each campus has taken into consideration its campus culture, students, and community partnerships. These examples will illustrate the diversity of the different proposed strategies and activities developed by campuses.

Goal 1: To develop a solid infrastructure to support community service learning

Step 1: Create an office of community service learning.
Click here (pdf) to see San Jose State University’s Action Plan for this step.

Step 5: Create an information management system.
Click here (pdf) to see Humboldt State University’s Action Plan for this step.


Goal 2: To provide resources and tools for faculty interested in service learning

Step 3: Recognize faculty involvement in community service learning in the retention, tenure, and promotion policies.
Click here (pdf) to see CSU Long Beach’s and CSU Northridge’s Action Plans for this step.


Goal 3: To support the involvement of community partners and students in the design of a service-learning program

Step 1: Involve students and community partners from the beginning in planning and developing community service-learning programs and policies.
Click here (pdf) to see CSU Fresno’s Action Plan for this step.

Step 8: Work with campus student organizations to increase faculty/student collaboration
Click here (pdf) to see CSU Monterey Bay’s Action Plan for this step.

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Last Updated: April 29, 2008