Information for Community Partners

Community-Engaged Teaching and Research seek to support community-identified goals by making connections with existing resources at the university.

If you are looking for information regarding Spring 2024 Service-Learning Courses, click here.

Partner with a service-learning course

Each semester CETR supports 50-60 service-learning courses. Learn more about our process for setting up course partnerships on our Request for Partnerships page.

Attend and participate in CETR-sponsored professional development opportunities

CETR hosts recurring and one-off professional development opportunities around teaching for social justice, building campus-community partnerships, and publicly-engaged scholarship.

Connect with our team to identify the best pathway for meeting your goals, whether with Community-Engaged Teaching and Research or another campus team.

One-time volunteer requests can be submitted to Community Service and Civic Engagement’s Service Finder.

Requests for event sponsorship and funding can be explored with City and Community Engagement.

If you are not sure what type of support or partnership you are looking for, schedule a meeting with our team by emailing