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July 1, 2015

Canadian Excellence

Community Service-Learning at Laurier integrates meaningful community enagement with classroom instruction and critical reflection, enriching your learning experience while strengthening communities for the common good.

Courses with a CSL component require you to attend class, complete assignments and regularly engage with a community partnerplacement opportunity or project throughout theterm. Past students have told us that having the opportunity to connect their academic work with real-life learning was the best part of their university experience! Wethink you'll feel the same way too.

Registration Update

CSL courses are now coded with the acronym CSL in the Dynamic Schedule. Take a look at the CSL courses being offered in fall 2015 and winter 2016.

Take CSL Online

Want to take an online, CSL course? Register forUU150: Foundation of Community Engagement and Service. This course can be found in the Interdisciplinary Studies subject matter in the dynamic schedule.

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