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Forms

  • Student Waiver of University Liability: Students may optionally complete this form and submit to their instructors prior to the service in lieu of purchasing professional liability insurance. Find more information on risk management in service-learning here.
  • Faculty Memorandum of Collaboration: This form is intended for use by the faculty and community partner to collaboratively design a project that fulfills intended learning outcomes for the students while advancing a need for the partner. The form consists of a section to be completed by the faculty member and a section to be completed by the partner.
  • Student Memorandum of Collaboration: This form is intended for use by students and community partners in instances where the students are charged with identifying their own service sites and planning their own service projects. (If the faculty member is planning the service on behalf of the students, the above form should be used instead.) The form consists of a section to be completed by the student and a section to be completed by the partner. It is recommended that faculty review the completed form, and be available as a point of contact to the community partner.
  • Service-Learning Community Partner Evaluation: This form is intended for use by the community partner to evaluate the experience working with the faculty partner and students as a service-learning host organization. This evaluation may be used in conjunction with the Faculty Partner Evaluation (below).
  • Service-Learning Faculty Partner Evaluation: This form is intended for use by the faculty partner to evaluate the experience working with the community partner as a service-learning course instructor. This evaluation may be used in conjunction with the Community Partner Evaluation (above).

Note: Is it recommended that faculty or students and community partners engaging in service-learning complete the MOC together, and evaluate each other regularly. The MOC is intended to serve as a planning tool to help ensure quality partnerships, and the evaluation tools are intended to help improve these partnerships over time. If you are a faculty member and your college or unit has an existing process for coordinating and evaluating service-learning, continue to abide by the practices established for your unit.

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