Checklist for Engaged Learning Courses
Please read this information carefully:
Engaged Learning Courses must meet the following three criteria:
1) A structured learning experience integrated into a course that engages students in learning outside the classroom, such as in a community agency, professional organization, or in a research setting;
2) Critical reflection on that experience through various assignments in class; and
3) Synthesis of the experience through a final project or portfolio.
Engaged Learning courses must be designated in one of five categories:
(a) Service-Learning, (b) Academic Internship, (c) Fieldwork, (d) Undergraduate Research, or (e) Public Performance.
This form will help you and the Center for Experiential Learning ensure that your course is reviewed as quickly as possible. Please complete the form below, and send your syllabus to
Department or School
Position or title
Proposed course name and number (e.g. EXPL 290: Seminar in Community-based Service)
How many credits is this course? (e.g. 3 credits)
During which semester will this Engaged Learning course be taught with this designation? (e.g. Fall 2021)
Will this Engaged Learning designation apply to:
The class SECTION ONLY (i.e., taught with the approved syllabus during the specified term)
ALL FUTURE OFFERINGS of this class (i.e., at the catalog level)
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