The Center for Community Engaged Learning is where students LEAD, LEARN, and MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
American Democracy Project
Training and Development
The Center For Community Engaged Learning, established in June 2007, is a strategic partnership between Academic Affairs and Student Affairs that provides both curricular and co-curricular community engagement opportunities for students, faculty and staff in partnership with local community organizations for all affiliated with WSU. Students, faculty, staff, alumni and community partners come to the CCEL to create connections and opportunities to give service, to grow through learning and experience, and to build a community that thrives.
Since its inception, students have contributed over 765,000 combined hours of service, democratic engagement, and community research through the Center.
Weber State University has been listed each year on The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for upholding the center’s central mission – 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.
Community stewardship is woven into the fabric and culture of our campus and has been recognized as such by the prestigious Carnegie Classification for Community Engagement awarded to WSU in 2008.
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