Citizenship and Service-Learning

Citizenship and service-learning, also known as CASL, supports Missouri State's status as a Carnegie-classified institution through curricular engagement. This is defined as teaching, learning and scholarship that engages faculty, students, and community in mutually beneficial and respectful collaboration. Interactions address community identified needs, deepen students' civic and academic learning, enhance community well-being and enrich the scholarship of the institution.

Check out the latest CCE Annual Report for information about CASL and its partnering programs for academic year 2019. Below are options for download and view or viewing as an interactive booklet:



Service-learning students

8,759

Total number of students enrolled in one or more service-learning courses during the 2018-2019 academic year.

Retention rate

91%

Average retention rate of students enrolled overall in service-learning courses.

Service-learning hours

102,246

Total hours provided to the community by Missouri State students during the 2018-2019 academic year.

Value of service

$2,449,814

Total value of service to the community at $23.96/hour based on Independent Sector during the 2018-2019 academic year.


Service-Learning Stories

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Campus Compact grant

Service-learning students applied for funding in the amount of $5,000 to be dispersed among various programs in the form of micro-grants, granted by Campus Compact.

Affiliations, Accreditations and Classifications

President's Honor Roll logo  Carnegie Foundation logoAmerican Democracy Project logoeJournal of Public Affairs logo