Overall Rating Silver
Overall Score 58.26
Liaison Alexi Lamm
Submission Date Oct. 10, 2022

STARS v2.2

Utah State University
EN-13: Community Service

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 2.53 / 5.00 Kate Stephens
Associate Director / Community-Engaged Learning Director / Student Sustainability Office Coordinator
Center for Community Engagement
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Does the institution wish to pursue Part 1 of this credit (student participation in community service)?:
Yes

Total number of students:
19,662

Number of students engaged in community service:
8,957

Percentage of students engaged in community service:
45.55

Does the institution wish to pursue Part 2 of this credit (community service hours)?:
Yes

Total number of student community service hours contributed annually:
263,390

Number of annual community service hours contributed per student:
13.40

Does the institution have a formal program to support employee volunteering during regular work hours?:
No

A brief description of the institution’s program to support employee volunteering:

Community Engagement language is included in faculty role statements.


Does the institution track the number of employee community service hours contributed through programs it sponsors?:
No

Total number of employee community service hours contributed annually through programs sponsored by the institution:
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Website URL where information about the institution’s community service programs is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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**Data was collected through the Center for Community Engagement’s AggiePulse database and AmeriCorps reports.

96% of students surveyed said their CCE program prepared them to listen to the perspectives of people from different backgrounds in an effort to understand and collaborate.

88% of student surveyed understand the root causes and community contexts relevant to their community engagement.

100% of students surveyed said the CCE encouraged them to explore ways in which they can make a contribution to the public good.

80% of students surveyed understand how to work with community partners to identify community assets, opportunities and challenges.

94% of student surveyed understand how their coursework or degree can be applied to the greater good.

86% of students surveyed said the CCE enabled them to work with the community to create measurable positive impact.

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