Service activities include client and patient-directed care (e.g., clinical services), technical assistance or direct community service not associated with academic programming.
Illustrations of service activities are:
- Community-driven and Serving Programs: Services and programming offered by the university or community partner to address a wide range of community needs.
- Sharing of Individual Expertise: This usually takes the form of consulting or advising; serving on an external board or committee; or creating or performing public works of art.
- Volunteerism: Can be one-time, short term, or ongoing volunteer activities with no direct connection to academic study.
- Sharing of University Space and Facilities: This can be a one-time, short term, or ongoing use of university space and facilities for the betterment of a community, cause, or public need.