The Office of Citizenship and Service-Learning (CASL) was established by MSU’s Faculty Senate in 1996 to serve the University and the community. CASL works with three constituents: faculty, students and community partners. The CASL staff supports faculty with service-learning course consultation, fellowship programs and research stipends. CASL advises students with service-learning placements and partnerships. CASL collaborates with the community’s identified needs by providing networking opportunities, student placements, and developing long-term reciprocal relationships. CASL operates under the Public Affairs umbrella as we seek to engage students with active service-learning opportunities that underscore course objectives, tied together with reflection exercises.
Services Offered to the Campus Community:
- Faculty development for service-learning syllabi consultation, fellowship programs, research resources
- Student service-learning advisement
- Community partnerships to meet societal needs
- Citizenship presentations
> Learn more about Citizenship and Service-Learning by visiting their website.