Documenting Your Service

SL 101 Lesson 5: Documenting Your Service

With the advent of the university's new Engaged Learning requirement, ALL students whose classes require them to volunteer at one or more community organizations are now required to complete a digital Engaged Learning Record in LOCUS.  This information is used for record-keeping, for documenting Loyola's partnerships with various organizations, and to help manage risks that may arise for students working off-campus.  View or download these instructions!

Your instructor may also ask you to complete the following:
  • A paper Service-Learning/Internship Agreement form, signed by you and your community site supervisor or employer and then brought to the course instructor, verifies for your INSTRUCTOR that you have, in fact, secured an appropriate community site.  View or download this form!
  • An Hours Log records when you completed your required hours of service, as well as logging what you completed during those hours.  Organizations may have their own ways of documenting your hours (e.g. timecards, volunteer tracking systems, etc.); you should talk to your instructor AND your supervisor to determine how best to document what you accomplished (and when) while on-site.  View or download this form!


Students:  Use this spreadsheet to find the LOCUS code for the organization where you are volunteering or interning.  You can then input this code (including initial "0000000") into LOCUS directly to access your organization's information, including multiple additional locations for that organization's services.

Engaged Learning Sites' LOCUS Codes ‎(Alphabetical by Name)‎

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servicelearning@luc.edu,
Sep 14, 2012, 11:10 AM
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servicelearning@luc.edu,
Jan 18, 2013, 12:35 PM
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servicelearning@luc.edu,
Sep 14, 2012, 8:53 AM
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servicelearning@luc.edu,
Sep 14, 2012, 9:07 AM
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