“Community Service Learning opportunities offer insight into real life educational settings where I can apply the knowledge I have gained throughout my undergraduate career. Quintin Warner House was an exceptional venue for applying my knowledge and I am grateful for the experience.” - Robert Fearman, Psychology of Addictions
Looking for a CEL Course
Go to our CEL Course offerings
to see what CEL Courses are offered in your Faculty
Will You Need a Police Check?
Many of our CEL placements and projects will require students to obtain a Police Records check. This can be completed through the London Police Services or through your home town police services, provided that you have remained an official resident of that municipality.
For more information about Police Checks in London and how to obtain them, please access our resource: Information Regarding Police Checks
Below are guidebooks that will provide you with everything you need to know about Community Engaged Learning and Community Service Courses at Western University
- Student Guide to CEL: Learn more about Community Engaged Learning, including expectations, processes and more.
- Student Guide to CSL: Learn more about Community Service Learning, including benefits to you as a student, expectations, evaluation schemes and more.
The following resources may also be helpful to you as you engage with your community partner:
- Student and Community Partner Expectations Agreement: This document helps students and community partners guide the initial conversation on project planning, to ensure that all key components of the partnership are outlined and agreed upon everyone involved.
- Student and Community Partner Debrief: This document helps students and community partners identify strengths and weaknesses on the partnership, provide and receive feedback, and discuss strategies for improving future partnerships.
- myEL.uwo.ca Hours Logging Guide. You need to login to CareerCentral before clicking this link to access this page.