Syllabi and Resources
Mount St. Mary's University houses a collection of Service-Learning material for faculty interested in best practices. Please contact Jeff Abel, Director of Community Service, if you are interested in borrowing any of these resources.
The following is a list of recommended websites that contain sample service-learning syllabi. Click on the links to access the websites.
- For a searchable collection of Service-Learning syllabi, see Campus Compact's syllabi project at Campus Compact Syllabi Project.
- The Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development (PHENND) maintains an online syllabi swap at: Syllabi Swap
- The National Service-Learning Clearinghouse has a collection of syllabi at: NSLU Syllabi
- The University of Washington has a site containing Service-Learning syllabi at: Service-Learning at University of Washington
Note: This list was compiled from "Essential Service-Learning Resources" published by Campus Compact, June 2002.
MSM Service-Learning Syllabi
The following are syllabi and reflection exercises developed by members of the Mount faculty. If you have any questions about a course, please contact the appropriate faculty member.
Emmitsburg Farmers' Market
Politics in Latin America
Latin American NGO
Haiti, Mother Seton School, Gettysburg Food Bank