Service Learning

Students Travel to Arizona to Help Refugees Adapt to New Communities


Twelve Nebraska Wesleyan students involved in the student organization, Global Service Learning (GSL), spent their semester break in January at the Iskashitaa Refugee Network in Tucson, Ariz.

Students to Spend Semester Break in Arizona Helping Refugees Adapt to New Communities


A group of Nebraska Wesleyan University students will start the new year serving those who are starting a new life.

12,500 Hour Service Challenge: Goal Reached


Eight months. That’s all it took for Nebraska Wesleyan students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the university to give 12,500 hours of service to communities across the world.

Service Challenge Reaches 10,000 Hours


10,087: That’s how many hours Nebraska Wesleyan University students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends have collectively given in community service since August.

12,500 Hour Service Challenge: Participants Surpass 8,000 Hours


Last fall, students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the University challenged each other in giving 12,500 hours of service by next September in celebration of NWU's 125th anniversary.

12,500 Hour Service Challenge: GSL Begins Work on Campus Community Garden


Global Service Learning is growing on campus – literally.

Global Service Learning Honored With Story Award


Global Service Learning has been recognized with the University's Roy G. Story Award for their work as true global ambassadors for Nebraska Wesleyan.

NWU Kicks Off 12,500 Hour Service Challenge With Lend-A-Hand to Lincoln


In honor of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s 125th anniversary, students, faculty, staff and alumni will collectively take on a challenge to give 12,500 hours of volunteer time to community service.