If the students in your course use their academic knowledge and skills to work in partnership with the community for the public good, we encourage you to have your course designated as a Community Engaged Scholarship course.
Courses may be submitted for designation at any time and are reviewed on a rolling basis.
Allows students to find this opportunity through the registrar's schedule of classes (search by course attribute, “CES");
Helps community organizations and community members identify you as a potential partner;
Ensures your students' work is recognized and represented in the Nashman Center's reports and promotions