Take the following steps to officially designate your class as a community-based learning course. This allows students to find the course more easily, qualifies you for funding and transportation opportunities and qualifies you for assistance from a Community-based Learning Fellow. If you have any questions before or during the designation process, please contact Beth Tryon, Assistant Director, Community-Engaged Scholarship at email@example.com. The Morgridge Center staff are here to help you along the way!
Step 1: Follow departmental procedures to get proper approval for a change in course content/new course
Step 2: Confirm proposed course meets definition of community-based learning or community-based research and UAPC criteria.
Step 3: Either you or your curricular representative can complete the course designation form.
Step 4: The Morgridge Center for Public Service’s faculty community-based learning committee will review the request and notify the registrar to add the designation to the Course Guide, so students can see it when they filter their class search.