Community Service-Learning Living Learning Center
...a Living Learning Center program for students interested in careers in public service. The Community Service Living Learning Center is located in James College and is affiliated with the Leadership and Service Undergraduate College.
Dominick Pastorelle, Residence Hall Director
What is the minor in Community Service Learning?
The minor in Community Service Learning (department code LCR) combines coursework with experience in public service. Building on foundation courses in theory and methods of community research, you will design a curriculum tailored to your interests. Through mini-projects and research internships, you will work with community partners to assess needs, develop programs of community-based action and evaluate the effectiveness of such programs.
What are the requirements of the minor?
The minor requires 23 credits, all completed with a letter grade of C or higher.
You do not have to live in the Living Learning Center to minor in Community Service Learning. However if you are a resident student, we encourage you to do so.
The course requirements are summarized below. For a detailed description of the requirements, refer to the SUNY Stony Brook Undergraduate Bulletin.
What activities take place in the Community Service Learning Living Learning Center?
Students in the Community Service Learning Living Learning Center have been involved in...
The Community Service Learning Living Learning Center maintains ties with many campus organizations, including Career Placement, Student Affairs, Office of Community Service, School for Social Welfare Student Community Development Program, New York Public Interest Research Group, AmeriCorps, and the Child and Family Studies program. The center is also a member of the Long Island Regional Service Learning Network.