The College of St. Scholastica uses the principles of best practice in its service-learning program with an emphasis on establishing programs that promote social justice as well as personal responsibility. Read more...
Social justice means that institutions are held to the same standards that individuals are. Read more...
Dignitas is a year long program for first year students. Dignitas classes use service- learning to help students learn about human dignity.
The GCSC serves Duluth's low income elementary school. The college has been a partner in this work for over 10 years.
Quest Mexico is our service-learning partner in Cuernavaca. A January break trip and a summer program (administered by the Spanish Department) introduce students to the poverty and social justice efforts of people in Mexico.
Classes are cancelled one day each semester to allow the entire college community to participate in volunteer activities in the community.Watch for sign-up announcements at the beginning of each semester
The GAP introduces students to inequality in the world and challenges our world view and our understanding of our role in the world as Americans.
SOA Watch is a national movement to shut down the notorious Latin American training school. Each November we send a delegation to Georgia to join this nation-wide protest.
The CJL is located in the student union. It is a center where students work and hang out and is the meeting place for clubs who organize social justice campaigns.
The service-learning program is located in the Center for Just Living, Tower 23. Contact Jay Newcomb at 218-723-6552 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The College of St. Scholastica
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Duluth, MN 55811