Service Learning Courses
The Center offers three student development classes during fall and winter semesters. Each class meets once a week and carries one credit.
StDev 290: Learning through Service: Theory and Application
Mondays from 5:00 - 5:50 pm and Wednesdays from 5:00 – 5:50 pm.
This course provides students, particularly those in leadership positions, the opportunity to learn about service practice, motivation for service, service philosophies and theories, the fourth aim of a BYU education, the power of reflection in service, personal/skill development, and learning through service. For more information, contact Chris Crippen: 2010 WSC, (801) 422-1281.
StDev 132: Foundations of Effective Tutoring and Mentoring—Level One
Wednesdays from 5:00-6:40 pm.
This course teaches basic tutoring skills and fulfills the training requirements for Level One certification through the CRLA (College Reading and Learning Association). This class is offered during 1st and 2nd blocks of fall and winter semesters. For more information, contact Christopher Sutherland or Theodore Okawa: 2330 WSC, 801-422-1904.
StDev 133: Foundations of Effective Tutoring and Mentoring--Level Two
Mondays from 5:00 - 6:40 pm.
Students in this class learn how to empower other students with the skills and confidence needed to succeed academically. This class fulfills the training requirements for Level Two certification through the CRLA (College Reading and Learning Association).
Note: Tutoring: Level Two can be taken before Tutoring: Level One. The Center for Service and Learning offers this class fall and winter semesters during 2nd block only. For more information, contact Theodore Okawa: 2330 WSC, 801-422-1904.