Independent Module Online Orientation - Step 1

Step 1: Review the Steps on the Front of the Packet

Start by Getting an Independent Module Enrollment Packet

Pick one up in the Center for Community & Civic Engagement in the Lower Level of the Kirk Student Center (Building 35).

Or download it online on our Forms Page under Student Forms

Please review and follow the steps on the front of the packet in order.

Independent Module is an academic class that you will receive a letter grade for (A,B,C,D,F).  It is not a physical class that you attend at set times; instead, you work with your faculty mentor to complete guided assignments, in addition to your service, to earn the letter grade.  

Understanding Service-Learning

What is Service-Learning?

Service-Learning is a blending of academic study and community service.

Why Would I Want to Do This?

Student who participate in Service-Learning earn course credit for their Community Service. You can network, help others, and work together to make your community a better place. This is an opportunity to put your learning to work. Service-Learning combines volunteer work, internship and academic achievement into one endeavor.

You can choose to be placed in one of many non-profit agencies, educational sites, and government offices.

Move on to STEP 2 of the Independent Module Online Orientation