Tell us how you see Service Learning impacting campus

Posted by Karen Lykins - Tuesday, April 26 2011
klykins@tntech.edu
Office of Communications & Marketing

You can play an important part in TTU's status on the President's Honor Roll for Service if you will take just a few minutes to participate in the Annual Service Learning and Civic Engagement Data Collection.

As you may know, TTU is a member of Tennessee Campus Compact, in which President Bob Bell serves on the board. TTU is among more than 30 colleges and universities who are member institutions of TNCC. Approximately 35 states have adopted the Campus Compact in recent years.

"This national survey is important to us as we grow our reputation as a caring campus that actively pursues service opportunities," said Bell. "I encourage everyone to fill out the survey to reflect our commitment to service."

The TTU Service Center has used this data for the past three years to submit data for the President's Honor Roll. TTU received honor roll distinction for the last three years. This data will eventually allow us the opportunity to become classified with the Carnegie Classification.

Please click on the links below that apply to you, complete and submit this quick online survey that has been set up for your convenience and pass along the information to anyone you know this will also apply to.

The requested information covers Summer 2010 – Spring 2011:

• If you are faculty whom has been, or have had their students involved in some sort of service (service learning, community service or civic engagement of any kind): use this link.

• If you are a faculty advisor for a student organization: use this link.