Service-Learning simply means to make use of what we have learnt in university studies and use our research skills to serve in the community. It also stresses our own self-reflection and learning which can favor students' learning and personal skills. Service-Learning is a holistic approach to education, that enables students to think, judge, care and act responsibly in an ever-evolving global village. It actualizes the long- standing motto of the university: Education for Service.
Service-Learning combines rigorous academic study with voluntary community service. The service performed by students illustrates and reinforces their academic study through the process of critical thought and self-reflection. Service-Learning also requires the active participation of students, community partners, and academic supporters who all come together to promote reciprocal learning. Through experiential education, Service-Learning amplifies students' learning outcomes, addresses real community needs, and encourages the genuine reciprocity of community-university relationships.