For the Freshmen Day of Service, accommodations can be made for persons with disabilities to find a suitable placement. Faculty should submit names of students with disabilities needing assistance in finding a placement to the Center for Community Engagement by midterm of the winter quarter. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the instructor and the Accessibility Services Office of needed accommodations in placements.

The Center for Community Engagement will work each academic year to organize at least two, midweek on campus project options. Students with limited weekend availability are expected to be self-motivated to register at the earliest opportunity to ensure a placement that meets their scheduling needs. Athletes, students with other scheduling challenges, or international students are expected to enroll in the standard list of projects. Students not able or not choosing to complete the day of service will work with faculty on the alternative assignment.

Students who miss their day of service will not be accommodated by the Center for Community Engagement. These students will need to work with their instructors on an alternative assignment.

For students who may not have enrolled in General Studies prior to spring quarter, (and therefore do not have an opportunity to self-register), or fail to register by the deadline, faculty must complete a Special Circumstance/Authorization to Change Project form. Otherwise, these students will need to work with their instructors on the alternative assignment. If a student has had a change in work or class schedule after time of registration, the student may request to change their project by asking their instructor to complete the Special Circumstance/Authorization to Change Project form and submit it to the Center for Community Engagement at least one week prior to their community service date.

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