Welcome Faculty and Staff!
The MSU Center for Community Engaged Learning (CCEL) supports university faculty and academic staff across all colleges and majors in creating course-based community engaged learning opportunities.
Email the CCEL Academic Programs Team to discuss ideas, plans, and or partnership support:
Michelle Snitgen, firstname.lastname@example.org
Stephanie Brewer, email@example.com
Connect with Michelle and Stephanie if you are interested in hearing more about the faculty learning community they are hosting over the course of the 2022-23 academic year!
Critical Community Engaged Learning: From Theory to Practice
The "Critical Community Engaged Learning: From Theory to Practice" learning community will provide a space for interested practitioners to come together to read current scholarship on critical community engaged learning (CEL) (critical service-learning) and participate in dialogue to collectively produce a manuscript that highlights current, and informs future, practice. Conversations will be guided by current community engaged learning scholarship as well as needs and interests of the MSU community. We hope this group will further the conversation and focus on critically informed literature that continues to enhance the connection between theory and practice.
Check out the list of all of the 2022-23 Learning Communities, generously sponsored by the MSU Office of Faculty and Academic Staff Development.
Learn more about how we can support your community-engaged learning course experience.
Honors Option with a Service-Learning Focus
Offering Honors College students the opportunity to earn honors credit while gaining meaningful, hands-on experience that benefits the community
Transportation Support Award
Funding is available to cover the transportation costs of your community engaged learning project. Sponsored by MSUFCU