CBL Courses | St. Lawrence University Community Based Learning

CBL Courses

Community Based Learning offers CBL 100 (fall semester) and CBL 101 (spring semester).

CBL also offers students the opportunity to apply for a CBL Independent Study. In order to apply, a student must have a faculty sponsor and must complete the following paperwork the semester before the intended experience.

CBL supports a number of courses from academic departments as listed below.

Fall 2019 Courses

First Year Program Courses (with CBL components)

FRPG-1006CBL Campbell College:Peace Begins with Me
FRPG-1012CBL Eaton College:Reading, Writing, Prison: Essays and Discussion on Corrections Today
FRPG-1017CBL Green College:Health Activism: Fighting for a Healthier Future
FRPG-1025CBL Reiff College:Impactful Leadership: Theory and Practice
FRPG-1038CBL MacAllaster College:Your Place in the World: What it Means to Be Local
FRPG-1052CBL Van de Water College:Rural Dreams: Surveying the Plight and Promise of America’s Small Towns
FRPG-1059CBL Bacheller College:Children's Literature and its Life-Long Lessons: from Wonderland to Diagon Alley

General Courses

BIOL-304CBL: Health Coaches I
Instructor: Jane Kring

CBL-3026:IntroSoc:Civic Engage w/CBL
Instructor: Marianna Locke
*also listed as SOC-3105

ENG-222CBL LS: Multi-Ethnic Ame Lit /CBL
Instructor: Penny Vlagopoulos
*Permission of Instructor/course to be held at Riverview Correctional Facility

ENG-293SUST CW: Literary Harvest w/CBL
Instructor: Natalia Singer
*cross-listed as Global Studies 293SUST and ENVS 293SUST

PSYC 413: Community Psychology
Instructor: Cathy Crosby
*Permission of Instructor