A completed submission via Microsoft Forms includes a course syllabus and/or related documents/assignments.
Faculty who submit the designation request will receive a follow-up email confirming receipt of submission and the anticipated timeline for review process.
Guiding Principles for Quality Community Engaged Learning
All submissions will be reviewed during the academic year by the Institute Faculty Advisory Committee and assessed on the following guiding principles:
- Clear relation between the community engagement strategies/activities and the course learning objectives;
- Description of community-engaged learning component in course syllabus;
- Sufficient time on community engagement tasks to warrant designation;
- Adequate preparation of students for community-engaged learning experiences;
- Integrated reflection strategies to connect experiential activity with student learning outcomes;
- Relevance to university priorities of reciprocal and mutually beneficial community partnerships, anti-racism, and social transformation;
- Assessment of student learning that results from community engagement.