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How to Search for CBL Courses in APR

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the ongoing and unpredictable nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, students selecting CBL courses should plan for the possibility of virtual engagement with our local community. Virtual engagement will vary in form and duration depending on the community partner site. In some cases, students might be able to connect with people, and in other cases, students are tasked with creating content and other behind-the-scenes-projects. 

  1. Make sure the SUBJECTS filter is completely cleared
  2. Select the correct semester/year under the TERMS filter
  3. Under the COURSE LEVEL filter, select Community Based Learning
  4. It is also helpful to select open sections under the AVAILABILITY filter

Community Based Learning offers CBL 100.CBL supports a number of courses from academic departments as well. CBL also offers students the opportunity to apply for a CBL Independent Study. For more informationCourses.

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Title IX

St. Lawrence University students participate in a wide variety of off-campus internships, programs, fellowships and other similar opportunities, some of which are educational in nature and some of which are aimed exclusively towards a student’s independent pursuit of professional development and career-building experience. These activities may be paid or unpaid, credit-bearing or non-credit bearing. With a robust and loyal international Laurentian network, many opportunities are offered through graduates and parents. The University generally does not inspect, monitor, or otherwise represent that its faculty or staff evaluates the culture, security or suitability of the placement environment. Based on the nature of the activity, the degree of the University’s affiliation/involvement and the circumstances of the activity, the University may have limited authority or ability to address concerns from participating students. Students should independently examine the integrity and safety of any off-campus sites or organizations in which they intend to participate. In situations where concerns do arise, the University will attempt to assist students to the extent reasonably possible under the circumstances. The University encourages students to report immediately any instances of harassing, discriminatory or criminal conduct, or other occurrences or conditions of concern arising during the course of any such activities, to (as applicable) the St. Lawrence program supervisor, site supervisor, employer and/or the University’s Title IX Coordinator, Lisa Cania, lcania@stlawu.edu, 315-229-5656.