Community-Based Learning & Volunteerism

About Community-Based Learning and Volunteerism at Kent State University

Kent State University recognizes a continuum of service engagement including volunteering, community service, community-based learning (volunteering with learning objectives), academic service-learning (course based), to community development.

Kent State University engages students in their communities in a wide variety of ways - through student service organizations, university service programs, service-learning classes, and interactions with our community partners. In                 2012-2013, 10,000 KSU students contributed more than 190,000 hours of service and $4,000,000 to communities through volunteer service programs.

Kent State University's experiential learning and community service events and programs are open to KSU students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members.

To request information please contact:  

Ann Gosky
Senior Special Assistant
Office of Experiential Education and Civic Engagement
Lake/Olson Hall
agosky@kent.edu or 330-672-8004

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