Washington State University

Center for Civic Engagement

History

On June 1, 2007, the Community Service Learning Center became the Center for Civic Engagement, a reflection of national trends and the expanding scope of the Center.

Established in 1993 by a task force of faculty, students, and community representatives and led by Dr. Bob Howell and Dr. Don Bushaw, the Community Service Learning Center has an important role as a centralized university office responsible for student civic engagement and service learning. Check out the timeline below to learn more about the CCE's history.


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How Does Civic Engagement Support WSU's Learning Goals?

  • Engaging with issues in a community context provides opportunities to apply academic specialty knowledge and evaluate and use new information.

  • New ideas and knowledge gained through civic learning promotes critical thinking and the ability to analyze real world problems

  • Experience with diverse perspectives and life situations contributes to cultural competence, effective communication skills, and awareness of self in society.

Click here to read the WSU Learning Goals


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Center for Civic Engagement, PO Box 647204, Washington State University, Pullman WA 99164-7204 | 509-335-7708 | fax: 509-335-3400| CUB L45/L48 | M-W 8-7/Th-F 8-5 | cce@wsu.edu