Citizenship and Service-Learning

Students follow their Passion and find their Place through Service-Learning

Helping a youth who was unaware of his potential (and reluctant to search for that potential) was one of the rewarding moments.

Lee Dukes is a Missouri State student taking Dr. Knapp’s Social Inequality class, offered through the Sociology program.  Dr. Knapp’s class was given the opportunity to take a service-learning component class which gets to select from partners that relate to social inequality in the Springfield, MO area.

Click here to read more about Lee's service-learning experience.

  • Mark Demate PED 567 NORTHVIEW CENTER
  • BIO 369 J RHY NORTON AT DICKERSON PARK ZOO
  • BMS 321 DAN BARRACO AT DISCOVERY CENTER
  • Corbin Sohn CHM 342
  • AGA 495 STUDENTS IN NICARAGUA
  • BIO 494 Jonathan Cox at Chesapeake Fish Hatchery
  • ISL Students ANT 351 SU 11 1
  • REC 390 STUDENTS AT GARDENS ASSISTED LIVING
  • BMS STUDENTS IN EL SALVADOR
  • CRM 397 KRISTEN ZEGAR
  • AGH 333 STUDENTS AT CHILD ADVOCACY CENTER
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Conference on Civic Engagement

The Conference on Civic Engagement will focus on the University's involvement in partnership-based solutions to address pressing public issues in Springfield and the surrounding region.

    Annual Report        2011-2012

The Office of Citizenship and Service-Learning has recently released the Annual Report for the 2011-2012 school year. Learn more about the CASL Office and how we strive to serve both the community and the university by viewing our online version of the report.

CASL 2012 ANNUAL REPORT