The Service-Learning Program connects classrooms with the community through capacity-building partnerships in order to enhance student learning, address critical community issues, and encourage students to be active citizens in their local, national and global communities.
Since the program began, Boise State has offered service-learning courses to over 33,000 students. Annually, it impacts over 160 classes, 44 departments, and 100 community partners. In total students and faculty have contributed over $13 million to the community through their Service-Learning.
|Causes||Advocacy Arts & Culture Community Domestic Violence Economic Development Education Emergency & Safety Environment Financial Assistance Food Insecurity, Hunger Health Homeless & Housing Human Rights International LGBTQ+ Media & Broadcasting Mental Health Services Non-Profit Business Services Nutrition Older Adults Persons with Disabilities Poverty & Basic Needs STEM Sexual Assault Social Justice Special Needs Sports & Recreation Sustainability Veterans & Military Families|
|Sustainable Development Goals|
1,003 People | 3,617 Impacts | 10,755 Hours