|JAMES AND EIGEL CENTER FOR COMMUNITY-ENGAGED LEARNING|
The Eigel Center is the hub of a network of programs and functions that extend the campus into the community. It is a catalyst for the University's involvement in partnerships that advance learning and pursue social justice through practices of direct service, community building and public policy advocacy.
The answers are being realized with the help of the James and Delrose Eigel Center for Community-Engaged Learning.
The Eigel Center serves as a catalyst for the efforts of faculty, students, administrators and staff to partner with the broader community to promote student learning and community well-being. It answers the call in the University's strategic plan for a "community-engaged learning network" by serving as its hub. And most important it builds on Xavier's strong tradition of service by encouraging students to dig deeper to discover the mutual benefits of community engagement.