Integrating community-based learning can be a challenge. By design, it has more 'moving parts' than many other classroom components; partnering with a community organization takes a lot of planning and lead time, not to mention calendar coordination and periodic goal assessments.
This Liberal Arts in Practice toolkit provides you with resources to create meaningful and content rich learning opportunities beyond the classroom.
This office is available to help set up and implement community-based learning experiences.
Educating Students on the LAP Requirement
There are three options available to students for successful completion of the LAP requirement. Students may choose to fulfill the requirement though LAP-designated credits, courses with paired LAP experiences, and LAP syntheses.
The Registrar's Liberal Arts in Practice webpage is designed to assist faculty who are advising students on the LAP requirement.
Theoretical Resources for Community-Based Learning