Interested in teaching service-learning at Stockton University? Here are the current steps:
Service-learning (SRLN) courses now require course approval to be designated as SRLN. This change does not impact your 2019-2020 courses but starting in Fall 2020, you will need to have your course(s) approved to maintain or earn the SRLN attribute. Additional information about the policy is available here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NXtdD6m9U5FJnee4Pb4ayz28IaEcz2vYbWer2aAeMQE/edit and https://sites.google.com/view/stockton-university-osl-course/courses.
SRLN Application Procedure
- Review Application. Application available here: https://airtable.com/shr9FEAWWkelLDlCc.
- Review Sample Applications. Sample applications available: https://airtable.com/shr1mCz0mrhDpwc0G/tblFbCFrm9O2Sx2aK?blocks=hide . It is anticipated that courses previously taught with a robust service-learning component will meet the criteria with minimal explanation and will be able to retain or regain their attribute easily.
- Meet with Service-Learning staff and/or the Service-Learning Faculty Fellow.
- Submit your Application. Courses will be reviewed on a monthly basis and accepted September-May. Courses submitted June-August will be reviewed in the fall review cycle, which begins in September. The committee comprised of service-learning faculty and staff reviews the application, syllabus, and any additional documents that detail the service-learning project and either awards the SRLN attribute or requests additional explanation or clarification.
The course taught by that faculty member will retain that attribute, unless the faculty member decides to remove the attribute and teach it without the service-learning component. The SRLN attribute is held by the faculty member for that particular course (like the W2 attribute).
Questions about service-learning?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 609.652.4256