Across disciplines and in every school and college, students are taking part in exciting community-engaged work, and helping build stronger communities in Vermont and beyond. Each year between 80-100 community-engaged learning courses are offered at UVM. They can be identified by the "SL" or "CL" in the course title and in the online schedule of courses. These courses create meaningful partnerships between students, community partners, and faculty to provide students with hands-on learning in real-world situations.

Find community-engaged courses in the SOC

Use the filter "Any Service Learning" (see image below) to search for designated Service Learning (SL) and Civic Learning (CL) courses in the online schedule of courses
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Community-Engaged Learning: Highlights

  • NR 206 class

    NR 206: Environmental Problem Solving

    NR 206 is a capstone course for every senior in the Rubenstein School of Environment & Natural Resources. Students culminate their studies by working closely with community partners on semester-long projects, ranging from infrastructure design and building, curriculum design, population studies, and dozens more.


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