Academic Service Learning

Making a Difference in Your Community

Service to your school and community is a meaningful educational experience. Service learning is a teaching method that will help you step into leadership roles through organized service experiences that meet real needs in your community. The service is integrated into your academic courses with structured time to research, reflect, discuss and connect your experiences in the service field to your learning in the classroom.

Service Learning benefits the community, Redlands Community College students, faculty, and staff by:

  • Helping to fulfill community needs.
  • Exposing and teaching communities about emerging generations of students.
  • Establishing access and connections to other resources available at the community college.
  • Providing an opportunity for partner agencies to develop a strong sense of community and civic responsibility through Redlands Community College students.

Students may earn Service Learning course credit through an individualized Student/Faculty Agreement pending their professor’s approval or by enrolling in Introduction to Service Learning, SOC1121-3.

Contact the Director of Service Learning at 405.422.6237 or email: