Instructions for enrolling in a service-learning course will appear in the description of that course in the Registrar’s Schedule of Classes.
Our current service-learning courses:
PSY-P 457 Therapeutic Interventions for Early Childhood Behavior Problems
You'll get first-hand, supervised experience designing and evaluating an intervention to help a young child at Head Start improve social skills, manage negative emotions, and get ready to succeed in school.
PSY-P 474 Psychology of Adolescent Girls
Get first-hand accounts of adolescent development during visits to local middle schools to host a discussion with middle school girls about issues important to them. See more at Service-Learning that Guides Local Girls Through Adolescence.
PSY-X 370 Real-World Program Evaluation: Applying Psychology Research to Service
Enrolled students volunteer at either Middleway House or The Rise (which provide transitional housing and programs). The class will consider the needs of the groups served by Middleway/Rise and evaluate the quality of programs and interventions for those groups.
You can also explore the Service-Learning Program at Indiana University.
To see the service-learning courses offered each semester, use the Special Course Listings search database. Beneath "Report", select Other Special Course Offerings, and for "Org/Dept" select PSY.