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Service Learning Scholars Application

Admission to this program is competitive and limited to 25 students each year (with a maximum of 100 S-L Scholars enrolled at any one time). To be considered for admission, you must submit a completed application, have a 3.0 cumulative USU GPA (incoming freshmen must have a 3.0 high school GPA), and submit a written essay detailing your interest in service-learning.

This application must include a written essay which can be uploaded here (2 to 5 pages long) on your interest in service-learning. Include how you heard about the Service-Learning Scholars program, what you hope to accomplish within this program and how you think you could benefit from and contribute to a community of scholars who are eager to conduct intellectual/academic work as service. This essay is important! Why are you committed to service and service-learning? Your application will not be considered without the essay.

To receive a Service-Learning Certificate, you must complete a minimum of nine credit hours of approved service-learning courses (with a grade of B or better in each course), record 400 service hours, and develop and complete a senior capstone project and a reflective portfolio. Only hours served the semester of acceptance in the Service-Learning Scholars Program will be accepted.

I hereby authorize the department of Student Involvement and leadership at Utah State University to check my grades for eligibility for the Service-Learning Scholars Program; and if admitted, for all academic terms during enrollment.

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