UWG Students Learning and Serving
- Interested in making your education include more than class attendance and typical assignments?
- Passionate about finding a cause, a purpose, and meaning in what you are learning?
- Would you like to help your community and are excited about possibly having your service be a part of your education?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, consider becoming part of the iServe Program either as a mentor or as a student in the American Government iServe class.
How do I participate?
First Year Students: Choose iServe as your first choice for your First Year Program on your orientation form. You then be will enrolled in a special section of Political Science 1101 along with other iServe participants. An upper class mentor will provide a buddy network to help your transition into college life. They also lead weekly study sessions and assist in your selection of causes from a large variety. iServe is a service learning program where you learn and receive class credit by taking a stand on a political issue (iStand for a Cause) and/or giving back to the community by participating in local service projects (iServe Humanity).
Second Semester Freshmen and Upperclassmen: Apply to become an iServe Mentor. Applications can be obtained from the EXCEL Center (Room 200 in the UCC), by clicking here, or by contacting the iServe Advisor. Applicants should return applications to the EXCEL Center.
For more information contact the iServe Advisor:
Christie Williams, Associate Director
EXCEL Center for Academic Success, UCC 200