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The Service-Learning Program connects classrooms with the community through capacity-building partnerships in order to enhance student learning, address critical community issues, and encourage students to be active citizens in their local, national and global communities.

Since the program began, Boise State has offered service-learning courses to over 33,000 students. Annually, it impacts over 160 classes, 44 departments, and 100 community partners. In total students and faculty have contributed over $13 million to the community through their Service-Learning.

Service-Learning in the news


The Service-Learning Program is a unit of the Center for Teaching and Learning and is a proud supporter of Boise State University’s Carnegie Community Engagement Reclassification.

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Service-Learning in the News

  • Researcher Seeking Cancer Survivors for Study

    Jun 16 2017

    Researcher Seeking Cancer Survivors for Study

    Cheryl Jorcyk, Department of Biological Sciences, is seeking participants from the campus community (and beyond)

  • Jessie Sherburne

    May 05 2017

    Jessie Sherburne

    Jessie Sherburne Lecturer Biological Sciences Jessie Sherburne collaborated with local public land management agencies to

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