At any given time during the semester, the Center for Community Engagement and Service Learning offers students, faculty, staff and community partners multiple pathways to engagement. Please see below for opportunities that are currently open.
Grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded to UHD students, staff or faculty completing community engagement projects in the Near Northside neighborhood. Up to $500 of the grant may be used to award stipends to project leaders.
Grantees will be chosen by a UHD faculty and staff committee during the fall 2018 semester. Projects will be completed in the spring 2019 semester.
For Students and Staff
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Grants of up to $2,500 will be awarded to UHD students,
staff or faculty completing community engagement projects. Student
project leaders may receive up to $350 from the grant as a stipend.
Grantees will be chosen by a UHD faculty and staff committee during the fall 2018 semester. Projects should be completed during spring 2019.
|Faculty teaching 1000 & 2000 level courses may apply for A+CE course designation. |
A+CE is specifically geared towards preparing first and second year FTIC students to think critically about community issues
Faculty may opt to designate their course as Service Learning (SL) at any level. The hallmarks of SL at UHD include:
Each student completes at least 10 service hours to be tracked using the designated system
Each SL course meets the student learning outcome: Students will be able to connect and extend knowledge and skills from their own academic study/field/discipline to the service learning project.