Faculty & Academic Advisors
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Student online release form | Spring 2020
Service Learning: Information & Release
The online release form is to be completed each semester by each student participating in any service-learning course. This is due by beginning of the semester or upon enrollment (whichever comes first). Students will have to be signed in to their Office 365 account to access the form. They can sign in with their BearPass and Missouri State password.
Jump into community engagement as a First-Year Bear! GEP 101 students and instructors serve alongside the Springfield community.
Introduction to Service-Learning courses engage students in 4 hours of service related to their course and/or the Public Affairs mission.
Service-learning is embedded into a course and all students participate, providing a minimum of 15 hours of service related to coursework.
Students have the option to earn an additional hour of academic credit by providing 40 hours of service with a nonprofit, government, or public benefit agency. Similar to a mini-internship.