Community Service Learning

Community Service Learning

The University of Ottawa prides itself on being a living laboratory. A space for students to be fully engaged in learning outside of the traditional classroom setting. We offer a host of courses with a Community Service Learning component.

To find out what courses are offered this session, log into your uOzone and enter the Community Service Navigator. Once inside the portal select Placements followed by Option and Specific Course. You can choose a Session and a specific class or select the Environment theme.

Want to volunteer but not sure what the best fit would be? Sign up for our special volunteer newsletter and get a monthly update about the ways you can get involved on campus or send us an email and we will be glad to meet with you in person to find you a placement.


 

Fall 2018

  • DVM 3135 - Campus Food Pricing (408)
  • CMN 3102 - Campus Sustainability Consultations (409)
  • PHI 2385 - Cruelty Free Campus (410)
  • ENV 2701 - Evolution of Sustainability Thought (412) [FR]
  • ENV 1501 - Sustainability Journals (414) [FR]
  • PHI 2385 - Animal Friendly Campus (415)
  • ADM 4317 - Campus Space Utilization (416)
  • ADM 4317 - Campus Farm (417)
  • ADM 4317 - Employee Upass (418)
  • DVM 3135 - Campus Food Loss Index (436)
Alternative student break

The Alternative Student break is an opportunity for you to gain some hands on experience with the Office of Campus Sustainability on various projects during the winter reading week.

Volunteers will develop skills around team-building, auditing, problem-solving, and communications. You can also receive credit for your participation in the program on your Co-Curricular Record through the Centre for Global and Community and Engagement.

If you are interested in taking part in the Alternative Student Break, please contact the Centre for Global and Community Engagement.

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