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The Center for Civic Engagement and Service-Learning officially began July 1, 2013. 

The department combines the staff, missions, and values of: Aggie Blue Bikes, Education Outreach, Service-Learning, Student Sustainability Office, Val R. Christensen Service Center, and Utah Conservation corps. 

These programs share a common vision of developing engaged citizens through service and civic engagement. By coming together under one department, CCESL has become the campus hub for community engagement, providing greater institutional vision and direction. 

Values Statements

 The Center for Civic Engagement and Service-Learning values:
   - Community partnerships to provide experiential outcomes-based service grounded in academics.
     - Guiding students to become (responsible) leaders and mentors.
     - Holistic development of students as part of USU's engagement mission.

What's New in Center for Civic Engagement and Service-Learning

USU program to benefit bike commuters

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USU Ranks Among Nation's Elite in 2014 Washington Monthly College Rankings

“We are proud of our institution and the fact that we are making a difference in the world and are influencing the future of the nation’s educational system.” - President Stan Albrecht

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More Than $20,000 In Sustainability Projects To Be Funded By USU Student Fee

Air hand dryers, a Residential Service & Sustainability Institute and an effort to improve winter cycling in Logan are just some of the more-than $20,000 worth of student-created initiatives approved by Utah State University before the holiday break.

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 Follow the link below to apply for the Val R. and Ruth Ann Christensen Student Leadership Scholarship!