Community-Engaged Learning & Research (CELR)

CELR courses are hands-on, reflective, skill-building opportunities for students to engage with campus and community projects. Through a mutually beneficial exchange with community partners, students apply theory to practice, develop professional experience, and contribute to the public good.

Engage with CELR


Learn more about ways you can engage with UW Bothell community partners while gaining valuable volunteer and career experience:


Explore ways to engage students with community partners through community-engaged research courses and projects:


Collaborate with UW Bothell to create opportunities to foster reciprocal exchange of knowledge and resources:


Most courses that integrate a community-engaged learning option or component use a database called EXPO. This database allows students, faculty, and community partners to organize, disseminate information, and connect with each other:


Check out the current CELR Courses students can enroll in.


Meeting with a CELR advisor is easy! Appointments can be virtual or in-person.

Do you have a question? Email or call us at or 425-352-3195

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