COVID-19 & Weather Update, August 2: As Tropical Storm Isaias weakens, EFSC is proceeding with the planned partial reopening of Campus services, currently set for Mon., Aug. 3. Starting that day, select EFSC services are scheduled to be available on campus, with prior appointments required in most cases and facial coverings and social distancing requirements in place. See the Updated Student Services Guide for details about on-campus access and continuing virtual services. EFSC will reopen its four campuses in August for the Fall Term with many classes online, limited in-person classes and safety measures in place to protect against COVID-19. View Reopening Plan & TS Isaias updates & FAQ.


COVID-19 Update: Service-Learning


We are assisting students with Service-Learning questions and documentation via Microsoft Teams. Click for Teams access info. In consideration of social distancing guidelines during the COVID-19 outbreak, EFSC has suspended all in-person service-learning and volunteer projects. Click the links below for more details.




Get Involved in Service-Learning

Service-Learning at Eastern Florida State College is a three-way partnership among students, faculty and community partners that enables students to earn course credit while gaining hands-on volunteer experience. The Center for Service-Learning and Civic Engagement (CSLCE) coordinates this invaluable program which has generated more than 3 million hours of community service since it started 30 years ago. Get started by exploring the options and links below.

Students: Learn by Volunteering in the Community

Students who participate in Service-Learning can use skills learned in the classroom to impact their local communities. Plus real-world experience and service hours on academic transcripts will give students an added advantage when they enter the workforce. Visit our Student Info page for complete details on how to sign-up.

Students who document at least 75 hours of service and have at least a 2.5 GPA are also eligible to apply for an annual Service-Learning scholarship.

Faculty: Add a Service Component to the Classroom

Faculty members who incorporate Service-Learning into their classes increase learning opportunities for students, improve community relations and experience improved student retention. EFSC faculty in 450 course sections use Service-Learning to enrich their students' learning experience.

Adding Service-Learning to your classes is easy: review the step-by-step instructions.

Community Partners: Engage Student Volunteers

Get involved by reviewing our page for Community Partners. We currently share opportunities with our student volunteers at about 350 volunteer placement sites throughout Brevard County and we'd love to add you to that list.

Need volunteers for special projects or events? Contact the CSLCE with the details. We'll spread the word to our student volunteers.

Service-Learning Resources

Service-Learning in Action

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