Adelaide Worth Daniels Key Center

The Adelaide Worth Daniels Key Center for Community Citizenship and Service-Learning is the hub of service on campus and works to connect students, faculty, staff and community partners in meaningful relationships. Whether a one-time project, and on-going service opportunity or an academic service-learning course connection our goal is to provide a clear pathway for UNC Asheville community members to engage with the surrounding communities, nation and world.

We oversee the following programs and projects: 

Alternative Service Experience Program
Community Engaged Scholars graduation distinction
Community Connector Award 
Service-Learning Designated Course Program
Student Reflection Leader Program 

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What is Service-Learning?

Service-learning has undergraduates actively engage in well-organized direct service, projects and research in ways that respond to community-identified needs and enhance the wellbeing of people and places while allowing students to reflect and learn about the connections between their courses and their work. Read more about service-learning.