|Overall Rating||Gold - expired|
|Submission Date||Feb. 11, 2011|
Portland State University
PAE-22: Community Service Participation
|4.11 / 6.00||
The number of students engaged in community service:
Total number of students, which may exclude part-time, continuing education and/or non-credit students:
The website URL where information about the institution’s community service initiatives is available:
In keeping with the Portland State University (PSU) motto Let Knowledge Serve the City, Community-University Partnerships marshals support for over 400 faculty, 7,800 students, and 1,000 community partners via community-based learning (CBL) and other civic engagement initiatives to address specific and compelling issues locally, regionally and worldwide.
Capstone courses are designed by Portland State University's faculty to build cooperative learning communities by taking students out of the classroom and into the field. In Capstone courses, students bring together the knowledge, skills, and interests developed to this point through all aspects of their education, to work on a community project.
Student Leaders for Service
Through SLS, 25 students make a commitment to serve 10 hours a week during the academic year at a local organization where they provide direct service to address community needs.
Student Activities and Leadership Program (SALP) collects information on the number of students in clubs engaging in community service. 843 individuals participated in 2010.
Full-time students (part-time students excluded): 15,839
Student headcount: 24,942
(From Office of Institutional Research & Planning http://www.oirp.pdx.edu/source/fact09f/psu_all.htm)
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