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For Faculty & Staff

Educating the next generation means developing a multidisciplinary community that not only recognizes the theoretical components necessary to address such issues but has practiced translating that knowledge into skills critical in the real-world. We provide domestic service-learning courses and experiential learning opportunities through these relationships, which allows students to practice the knowledge, skills, and abilities gained from the classroom in practical, hands-on opportunities that benefit our communities.

Students deserve the opportunity to gain valuable experiences and skills that are transferable throughout their lives and career paths. As part of UNG’s commitment to enhance the mentoring of our students, we listen to employers and community leaders to learn what they want, and use this information to build the quality and value of learning for all students. High impact educational practices recognize that student learning requires hands-on, experiential opportunities. By enhancing students’ ability to learn through community impact, the result will provide a deeper connection between classroom and community.

Engage with Community Organizations

Faculty & Staff looking to find community organizations to engage with can use the Nighthawk Community Connector.

Liberal Education and America’s Promise (LEAP)

LEAP is designed to provide institutions of higher education with a practical framework for delivering an inclusive liberal education in a complex and diverse world.


Service Learning provides domestic courses and experiential learning opportunities which will allow students to transcend their knowledge outside the boundaries of a traditional classroom setting.

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