Academic Service Learning Student Registration

The Department of Experiential Learning administers the oversight of the service learning designation which is added onto the student’s official transcript. By completing this form, the department will review your submission for accuracy and place the service learning designation onto the official transcript.

Grand Rapids Community College (GRCC) expects all students to conduct themselves with maturity and respect for others and to behave in a manner that will allow us to be welcome at our service sites. It is your responsibility to know and adhere to GRCC’s Student Code of Conduct.  Additionally, you will abide by all rules applicable to conduct in a classroom environment and all service activities.  Failure to do so jeopardizes service learning experiences for future students.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN PARTICIPATING IN SERIVCE LEARNING DURING COVID-19

  • Your personal safety is the most important - take care of yourself first and follow the CDC guidelines to prevent illness.  This link will take you to the most current information on COVID-19 pertaining to your time at GRCC.  https://www.grcc.edu/coronavirusinformation/studentinformationandresources
  • It’s likely that while performing your service learning you will be responsible to provide your own Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).
  • You may be required to have your temperature taken on-site.
  • Be sure to follow the health and safety rules/policies/procedures.
  • Different rules may apply during a Pandemic around HIPAA (Privacy Health Law)- you may be required to share information about your personal health with individuals at your site or with your professor.

Examples of questions you may be asked:            

  1. Have you been within 6 ft. of someone with COVID-19, or COVID-19 symptoms in the past 14 days?
  2. Have you recently developed a cough?
  3. Have you recently developed shortness of breath?
  4. Have you recently developed a new onset of any TWO or more of the following symptoms?
    1.  Fever of 100.4°F or 38°C or greater
    2. Extreme tiredness (fatigue)
    3. Chills or shakes with chills
    4. Sore throat
    5. Headache
    6. Muscle Aches
    7. Loss of sense of taste and/or smell
    8. Have you traveled?
    9. Have you been in contact with someone who has been exposed?
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Please select the course(s) in which you have chosen to participate in Academic Service Learning.