The mission of the Center for Engaged Academic Learning is to support, enhance and help generate learning initiatives that bridge academic and community-based learning. It is a place where students, faculty, staff, and community members come together to learn, collaborate, and co-create.
University of Michigan faculty members teach dozens of service-learning courses that enable University of Michigan students to provide direct service to local schools, non-profit organizations, and government agencies.
The Ginsberg Center is home to several community service and learning programs.
Project Community is committed to engaging students in meaningful community service and complementary active learning.
The purpose of Project Outreach is to have students learn about themselves and about psychology by becoming involved in community settings.
Through our programs, initiatives and publications, the Ginsberg Center strives to engage students, faculty members, university staff, and community partners in a process which combines community service and academic learning in order to promote civic participation, build community capacity, and enhance the educational process.
Community Service Initiatives of the Michigan Community Scholars Program.
The Program on Intergroup Relations (IGR) is a social justice education program on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus. As a joint venture of the College of Literature, Science, and Arts and the Division of Student Affairs, IGR works proactively to promote understanding of intergroup relations inside and outside of the classroom.
The Center implements over 300 co-curricular programs each year, including, but not limited to, cultural and educational programs, films, art exhibits, UMix Late Night, athletic/spirit activities and various performance groups and concerts.