Advising Tips

 

1. Check degree audit to see if Christian Service is required for the student:

 

2. If Community Service (Level 1) is required, recommend these ongoing community service opportunities:

   a. School-Wide Service Days

           i. Freshmen Service Day

           ii. MLK Day

           iii. Global Youth Service Days

   b. Weekly Community Service Opportunities

           i. Westside 4 Jesus

           ii. FLAG Camp

           iii. Advent Home

           iv. Patten Towers

3. If Service-Learning (Level 2 or 3) is required, inform student about the options listed below:

   a. Service-Learning Course (Level 2)

     i. Found under the “General Education Requirements” section of the course schedule 


      

    b. Student-Initiated Project or mission trip (Level 3)

      i. Help student look through degree audit to identify future classes with projects that have service-learning potential.      

                 1. Service opportunities must be unpaid

                 2. Primary beneficiaries of service must be off-campus

                 3. Service must be tied to a past or current class learning objective 

      ii. Let student know that the Christian Service office is available for support.