Welcome to the
Center for Community Engaged Learning
This is the place to find programs and courses that get you engaged in the community through service, democratic engagement, and community research. Click on the "Organizations" tab in the gray bar above to learn about these programs and courses.
Faculty and Staff
This is the place to manage your CEL course, communicate with your students, and track the hours your students do in community organizations. Please read this welcome letter and FAQs document to get started. You'll also find a document in the "Files" folder for crafting WeberSync friendly language for your syllabus. You may also want to make note of the WeberSync training opportunities we have available for faculty and staff this fall.
This is the place for you to learn about the different programs and courses the CCEL offers to get students engaged in the community. You may find some great places to recruit new volunteers or opportunities for new partnerships with CEL faculty and staff. Click on the "Organizations" tab in the gray bar above to learn about these programs and courses.
Weber State University’s Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL), formerly the Community Involvement Center, is where academics, service and democratic engagement intersect. It’s where students learn, lead and make a difference. It’s where faculty and staff mentor, support and encourage personal growth. It’s where community partners seek volunteers, address needs and collaborate. It’s where lives are changed.
Established in 2007 as a partnership between WSU’s Academic Affairs and Student Affairs divisions, the center’s mission is to:
Engage students, faculty and staff members in service, democratic engagement and community research to promote civic participation, build community capacity and enhance the educational process.
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