Service Learning

The Undergraduate Business program is purposeful about creating opportunities within our curriculum that allow our students to gain practical experience while addressing local and international needs.

Serving the Local Community

Coursework, projects, and our Enactus team provide students with many opportunities to put what they are learning into practice.

Here are just a few examples:

  • Business Administration majors create customized business plans for local businesses.

  • Marketing majors develop marketing plans and campaigns for local businesses. (Leaf and Bean, The Adcouncil)

  • The department hosts an annual Spring Service Day, where all business students and professors take-off classes and help local organizations!

Serving Abroad

Serving internationally is an incredible opportunity to leave what is familiar, and we believe great growth results when students are taken outside of their comfort zone. 

Working with Roberts Enactus and the RWC Chaplain’s Office, our students can participate in any number of established humanitarian projects around the globe.

Here are just two examples:


  • Provide educational opportunities for indigenous people

  • Help low income families start and expand their own businesses

  • Enable an orphanage to become self-sufficient

  • Address dire health issues through green initiatives that also save residents money


  • Help an orphanage and school (established after the 2004 Tsunami) become self-sufficient.

  • Address social class seperations