Faculty will be able to enter their students' service-learning (SL) hours through the Faculty Center via the SF State Gateway account.
- Login to the SF State Gateway with your SF State ID and password
Select Class Services
Click on the Access Faculty Center button
Within your Faculty Center, select the Enter Service Learning (SL) Hours tab.
When directed to the Enter Service Learning Hours tab, your course sections that are “attributed” as SL will populate.*
To view additional SL courses, select the arrows
The roster of your enrolled students in your SL course section will appear, and you can then enter the number of completed SL hours in the SL Hours column.
Once hours are entered into SL Hours column, scroll down to the bottom of the page, click on the Save button and your students’ SL hours will be recorded.
Downloadable How-to-Guide to Record SL Hours (with screenshots)
*Faculty: Only course sections that were “attributed” as service learning by departments/colleges via the Online Schedule Building (OSB) by semester, will appear. Please contact your department AOC to ensure that your course section has been attributed every semester.
Deadline: CSL hours are due by faculty when semester grades are due.
Course instructors will not be able to input CSL hours past the grading period at the end of each semester in Campus Solutions.
Per Academic Senate Policy, the minimum amount of CSL hours a student must have completed in order to have these hours on their official transcript is 20 hours. However, there is no maximum cap on the hours.
ICCE does not assign grades, track student hours, or submit student service hours to the course instructor. However, ICCE does gather data on the following: CSL course designation and student CSL hours that course instructors submit into their Faculty SF Gateway.
The login hours/tracking system within SF State ULink offers this resource to SL students and their course instructors. To use this tracking option, course instructors must log-in ULink to view the student hours that were approved by the community site supervisor.
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