"Service learning is a teaching and learning strategy that integrates meaningful community service with instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience, teach civic responsibility, and strengthen communities."
~ Learn and Serve America
At Hilbert, our dedication to our community is strong. All incoming students enrolled in traditional undergraduate programs are required to complete service learning as part of an academic course in order to graduate. This commitment made by administration and faculty reinforces the importance of the connection made through service in educating our students and increasing their understanding of society.
Hilbert believes that service is an integral part of creating a well-rounded college experience for our students. Nestled in the sophomore year of our Hilbert Blueprint, service learning provides an opportunity for our students to embrace the college’s mission and values while strengthening our communities.
Fall 2020 Service Learning Courses
CJ 300/1: Probation, Parole, and Community-Based Correction, Prof D. Zimpfer
CJ 335/1: Diversity Issues in Criminal Justice, Dr. Y. Downes
FS 318/1: Special Topics in Forensic Science I, Prof. C. Reilly-Nowak
FS 318/2: Special Topics in Forensic Science I, Prof. C. Reilly-Nowak
GS 110/2: Civic Learning through Reading ad Writing, Prof. T. Kazmark
GS 160/1: Introduction to Leadership, Dr. A. Smith
GS 300/1: Service Learning Abroad, Prof. D. Roland, Dr. A. Smith
HON 105/1: Freshman/Sophomore Honors Colloquium, Dr. A. Smith
HON 305/1: Junior Honors Colloquium, Dr. A. Smith
HS 101/1: Introduction to Human Services, Prof C. Kumiega
HS 101/2: Introduction to Human Services, Prof. C. Kumiega
HS 203/1: Introduction to Counseling, Prof. C. Kumiega
HS 210/1: Human Services Methods, Dr. J. Kusmierz
PSY 240/1: Biopsychology, Dr. C. Szalkowski
RS 200/1: Jesus in the New Testament, Dr. D. Reis
RS 202/1: Religion and Social Justice, Dr. D. Reis
SIM 410/1:Sports Events Operations Management, Prof. D. Roland
SO 201/1: Social Problems, Dr. Y. Downes
SO 201/2: Social Problems, Dr. Y. Downes