Message From Director

Nori Carter

Welcome to the Weppner Center for Service-Learning and Civic Responsibility! At the SLCR, we are committed to recognizing community needs and working with students, faculty, and staff to fill those needs. We uphold the values of leadership, dedication, unity, and service, with the intent of fostering a humanitarian attitude in whom we serve.


FAU’s Weppner Center for Service-Learning and Civic Responsibility works to foster civic awareness in the FAU community by developing partnerships between the University and community. These partnerships provide service opportunities to faculty, staff, and students and promote the link between the curriculum and service. The goal of the WCSLCR is to inspire in all a greater appreciation for civic responsibility and community service along with the desire to continue working for the community beyond the college years.


The WCSLCR assists both local and national nonprofit organizations by providing them with the volunteers needed to accomplish their goals. Students Advocating Volunteer Involvement, a student government organization, aids the Weppner Center in spreading student civic engagement opportunities across the University community. The WCSLCR also facilitates the opportunity for faculty and students to combine coursework with the needs of the community through academic service-learning courses. These courses are designed to enrich the learning experience through hands-on activity and by teaching civic responsibility. Through the integration of instruction, community service, and reflection, learning becomes more personally meaningful. Inquire with the WCSLCR for courses designated as academic service-learning. Volunteer hours and academic service-learning hours served at any nonprofit agency while as an FAU student may be recorded on a student’s transcript through the WCSLCR.


We invite you to visit us at any time in our office in the Student Services building (SS8), room 225. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Nori Carter

Weppner Center for Service-Learning and Civic Responsibility
UN (Bldg 31), Rm. 218 

 Last Modified 3/5/15