- S4 Database Orientation Video
- About Community-based (Service) Learning
- Identify Your Class as Community-based (Service) Learning
- CBL Student Handbook
- CBL Faculty Handbook
- Service Learning Database Faculty Guide
- The Importance of Community-based (Service) Learning
- Grant Opportunities
- Continuum of Service and Community Engagement
- CEL Attribute Process Overview Video For Faculty
- CEL Attribute Process Overview Video for Program Staff
- CEL Taxonomy & Definitions
Contact Your College SOLAR Coordinator to Identify Your Course as Community-based (Service) Learning
Are you teaching a course with a Service Learning component this academic year?
Please follow the steps below before contacting your College SOLAR Coordinator to request your course be appropriately tagged as Community-based (Service) Learning.
1. As part of a spring pilot, we are asking our community-based (service) learning faculty to complete the online CSU Community-Engaged Learning Tool form (you must first be logged into S4 to access this form). In addition, there is a 5-minute video which explains the process in detail.
While this is a pilot, we expect to implement this fully next academic year.
2. In order for your students to have access to your course in the (S4) Service Learning Database and submit the required risk management forms, your course must first be identified and tagged as Community-based (Service) Learning in SOLAR; CSLI with value R along with the corresponding class note.
Please provide your College SOLAR Coordinator the following course information:
- Instructors Name:
- Subject/Number & Section (ex. KIN 478 Sec 2):
- 5 Digit Class Number (ex. 13527) :
College SOLAR Coordinators
AMC (Arts, Media, and Communication) Rachel Valiensi firstname.lastname@example.org
CJS Larry Oconnor larry.oconnor@ csun.edu
CSBS Justine Cramsey email@example.com
DNCBE Carissa Rhoads firstname.lastname@example.org
ECS (Engineering and Computer Science) Ani Stepanyan email@example.com
EDU (Education) Maria King maria.king@ csun.edu
FC-Univ 100 Kelly Kroeker firstname.lastname@example.org
HHD (Health and Human Development) Lorena Calix email@example.com
HUM (Humanities) Evelyn S. Garcia firstname.lastname@example.org
PSYCH Leta Chow leta.chow@ csun.edu
SBS (Social and Behavioral Sciences) Justine Cramsey email@example.com
SCM (Science and Mathematics) Sonia Martinez firstname.lastname@example.org