The following definition for Service-Learning has been approved by Clemson's Academic Council:
Service-Learning at Clemson University is experiential education in which community service experiences complement academic course material. It allows both instructors and students to apply their acquired knowledge and skills in a public setting by performing tasks with or for a community or a specific public organization. These tasks include but are not limited to identifying and analyzing real community needs and developing and implementing solutions to meet those needs. The process is accompanied by reflection activities over the course of the class or project.
Creating transformational experiences for students, faculty and community
We are so excited to announce that the Clemson Synergy website is now live!
Synergy is a Clemson University Service-Learning publication created by the Pearce Center Interns that highlights service-learning projects.It shows outstanding student and faculty service-learning projects impacting Clemson’s campus, communities across the country, and countries around the world. This website allows users to watch videos, view image slideshows, read articles and even submit personal stories about service-learning experiences.
We’d like to encourage you to check out the site, as well as “like” their Facebook page. Share it with your friends, family, and students who may be interested in participating in a service learning project. Check back often as they plan to update content frequently.