RESOURCES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Our three-credit service learning courses are designed to connect course objectives with opportunities to meet the needs of people in underserved communities or work with agencies which advocate for the poor or care for the environment. Integration of theoretical knowledge and experiential learning in these communities provides a context for critical and constructive thinking and action that promotes the common good.
These unique learning opportunities include experiences such as tutoring Philadelphia school students and working in community health clinics.
Visit the Office of Service Learning to learn more.
Villanova is a faith community known for its service to the marginalized of our society. In the spirit of St. Thomas of Villanova, who dedicated his life to the service of the underserved, Campus Ministry provides weekly volunteer opportunities for members of our community.
Visit Campus Ministry and find an opportunity that’s right for you.
Each semester, our students land internships in our communities and on a global scale. The College's Office for Undergraduate Students and Office of Service Learning help connect our students with these opportunities.
College and University Resources
In addition to resources and opportunities through the Cultural Studies Program, Villanova provides support in all aspects of your collegiate experience and beyond through the centralized services of the Office for Undergraduate Students, Office of Education Abroad and Career Center.