What is Engaged Learning?
Engaged Learning is an opportunity for students to have community experiences that enrich and inform their classroom learning. In practice, this usually means that students participate in some kind of engagement activity, like volunteering with a non-profit organization or participating in community events, then reflect on those experiences and write about how they relate to what they are learning in class.
Engaged Learning is an optional component of various Campion classes. It has been offered in courses in Psychology, English, Classics, and many more!
How Can I Participate?
If Engaged Learning is being offered in your class, you will find more information in your course syllabus. Your first step will be to get in contact with Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are simply interested in being more engaged with your community, Sarah can help with that too. Send her an email or stop by her office (CM 320).
The coordinator of the Engaged Learning program is Sarah Greenwood. She is available Monday-Thursday for:
- Registration in the Engaged Learning program
- Information and assistance matching with voluntary service opportunities
- Help connecting with community on campus and off
Already an Engaged Learning Student?
Don’t forget that you will need to meet with Sarah for a reflection conversation once you have completed most or all of your hours. You can drop in or schedule an appointment by email.
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Academic Enrichment Coordinator
Available Monday to Thursday
Office CM320 (third floor of Campion College)
Engaged Learning Forms