Welcome Service Learning.
Service Learning is committed to developing and promoting service learning initiatives, consistent with UT’s mission, in which students, faculty, and other campus constituencies engage with the community in mutually rewarding partnerships. Composed of 3 critical components: information, meaningful service and reflection; the efforts of service learning enrich the educational experience of students and promote responsive citizenship among them, cultivate and facilitate avenues for engaged scholarship for faculty through service learning courses and community-based research, and promote a culture of civic engagement that aspires to improve the human condition and quality of life in the community
Service learning at The University of Toledo is an on-going mutually beneficial experience through which students, faculty, and the Toledo metropolitan community foster civic responsibility through active learning and guided reflection.
See how you can get involved as an individuals or as a group.
Explore various service learning events happening each semester.
Community Work-Study Program
Earn work study funding through opportunities in a variety of areas, including the arts, education, daycare, environmental programs, health services, legal services, programs for the elderly or youth and more.
Forms related to service learning and community outreach.
View videos from various service learning projects.
News and Resources
Chase STEM Academy After School Program – March 17 and 24, April 7 and 14th
MLK Day of Service Day Activity – January 18, 2016 at Noon, meet at Savage Arena, The Grogan Entrance
Food Pantry: The Food Pantry is located in the Student Union room 2504 – across from the Commuter Student Lounge Hours of operation are: Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 11 am – 3 pm. Food Pantry Donation Suggestions