Key Center for Community Engaged Learning
The Adelaide Worth Daniels Key Center for Community Engaged Learning is the hub of service on campus and works to connect students, community partners, faculty, and staff to build relationships that strengthen communities & address social issues. In partnership with the community organizations, students broaden their perspective, develop critical thinking strategies, apply transferable skills, and explore their life purpose. The Key Center supports students as they develop as scholars, leaders, and active citizens through the support and coordination of service experiences, community based research opportunities, service learning projects, cultural events, and educational programs.
The Key Center offers volunteer opportunities, the Community Engaged Scholars graduation designation, voter engagement, the Arts + Impact Series, and much more. See the Key Center website for more details.
211 Highsmith Student Union
Kate Johnson, Director
Cori Anderson, Associate Director