Center for Service-Learning

Center for Service-Learning

Service-learning is a teaching method that involves Naz students, faculty, and staff performing community service in order to learn the knowledge and skills connected to academic course objectives. We also support community engaged scholarship which involves collaborations with community partners and prioritizes community issues in determining the objectives of a research project.

The Center for Service-Learning:

  • Supports faculty who wish to integrate service-learning into courses.
  • Develops sustainable community-college partnerships.
  • Encourages faculty and students to prioritize community needs and to involve community partners when designing research projects.
  • Makes connections between Nazareth College faculty and community organizations.

Have Questions? Contact:

Brian W. Bailey

Brian W. Bailey

Associate Professor in Adolescence Education
Director in Center for Service Learning
Director of the Center for Service Learning in Center for Civic Engagement
Golisano Academic Center 293

Naz Service-Learning

    A film about Service-Learning at Mary's Place by Naz student Gregory Horton.
    Naz students give back at Mary's Place

    Resources for Faculty

    Learn more about the Service-Learning Scholars program for faculty. 

    Form for faculty requesting Service-Learning Stipends to support courses.