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.
Spring 2019 Courses
BIOL-305CBL: Health Coaches II
Instructor: Jane Kring
CBL-101: Leadership & Civic Engagement
Instructor: Liz Regosin
CHEM-3006: Origins of Identity
Instructor: Samantha Glazier
*Dual listed as CBL-3006
EDUC-3035: SophoSEM: Youth Art Community
Instructor: Jessica Sierk
ENG-307CBL GS: The Short Story
Instructor: Robert Cowser
SOC-233CBL: Consuming Food
Instructor: Amanda Wyant
FRPG-2055CBL: What's Great About Outdoor Education, Huh?
Instructor: Devin Farkas
FRPG-2111CBL: How Commercial Sport is Both the Destroyer and Redeemer of Our Communities: The Phoenix Effect
Instructor: Marianna Locke
FRPG-2144CBL: Childhood Across Cultures: Little Angels and Devious Devils
Instructor: Adam Harr