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What is Service-Learning?

Service-Learning at Mount Aloysius College is a method of instruction in which students learn the content of the curriculum while actively participating in and reflecting on experiences that benefit both the community and the students. A service-learning position paper (Service-Learning Plan) was affirmed by the faculty in October 2005 in which this definition of service learning is articulated as well as statements regarding:

  • The relevance of service-learning to Mount Aloysius College (MAC)
  • Different models of service-learning
  • The approach that should be taken at MAC
  • A proposed timeline for implementation

Mount Aloysius College continues to develop its service-learning program through a Service-Learning Committee, monies available for service learning projects, or an annual Service-Learning Exposition.


Service-Learning Grants

Instructions: SLC_Instructions for Student and Faculty SL Grants Appplication

Faculty Application: SLC.service_learning grant_faculty

Student Application: SLC.service_learning grant_student


2014 – 2015 Annual Service-Learning Report

SLC Report for VPAA.4.10.15-1


Contact Us

Please direct all inquiries regarding service learning to Service-Learning Committee Chair, Dr. Patricia Meintel, at


2015 – 2016 Committee Members

Ms. Kimberly Asonevich

Ms. Karen Castagnola

Mr. Frank Crouse

Dr. Cathleen Golden

Ms. Alrene Gorsuch

Ms. Felicia Holliday

Ms. Jennifer Kush-Secretary

Ms. AnaLu MacVean

Mr. Nathan Magee

Dr. Elizabeth Mansley

Dr. Patricia Meintel – Chair

Mr. Christopher Mingyar

Dr. Mary Shuttlesworth

Ms. Samantha Smeltzer

Ms. Sally Weber



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