Academic Service-Learning (AS-L)



Academic Service-Learning (AS-L) at St. John’s University is a classroom/ experiential site-based program that involves students in some form of required community service that benefits the common (public) good and uses service as a means of understanding course concepts. The service activity meets course objectives, and through reflection students examine issues pertaining to social justice and responsibility.

Areas of Service
  • Hunger/Homelessness
  • Healthcare
  • Education/Youth Services
  • Civic Engagement
  • Special Projects
Click the Documents tabs above in order to find and download necessary documents such as AS-L manual log sheets, Medical Request forms and more. 

Below you will find a list of service opportunites available for the semester. Some sites you will need to contact drecty on your own. 

Please make sure to cancel your service 48 hours in advance or communicate with the office or site directly about your expected cancellation. 
For more assistance please contact the main office using the information provided below:

QUEENS CAMPUS: 718- 990-8331
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13,616 People | 12,859 Impacts | 110,296 Hours

Service Opportunities