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    Rivier University
   
 
  Dec 12, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog
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* XXX - Plus-One Service Learning Projects


Many three credit classes offered by the education department incorporate an additional one-credit service-learning project that a student may elect. Any of these “plus-one” service projects would fulfill the service-learning graduation requirement for day students in the School of Undergraduate Studies. Those classes which provide the additional one-credit service-learning option are designated by an asterisk (*). Students opting for the “plus-one option” in conjunction with a particular course will contract with the professor to participate in a socially significant service-learning experience with children, youth, or adults in a situation involving social and/or academic learning. The experience may place in either a community-based program or with an individual or family in the community. Examples of community-based projects include: PAL Center After School Program, PLUS Company, Tutoring Program, Hunt Community, Anne Marie House, and the Nashua Soup Kitchen and Shelter. Students must participate in at least 20 contracted hours of service-learning (preparation and execution of the project), reflect on and research the community need, and evaluate the effects of the experience. Participation in the service project is contingent upon the approval of the professor.

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