Collage of students participating in volunteer and civic engagements.

Community and Civic Engagement

Community and Civic Engagement Digital Badge

Community and Civic Engagement

Earners of this microcredential will engage in Applied Learning experiences with real-world applications concentrated in community and civic engagement. Earners demonstrate a minimum of 20 hrs of Applied Learning specifically in designated civic engagement, community service, and community engagement/social justice internships. Activities integrate key competencies such as career/self-development, leadership, communication, professionalism, critical thinking, teamwork, equity & inclusion, and use of technology.

Admission Requirements for application:

Requirements to earn the microcredential:

To achieve the Community and Civic Engagement microcredential, participants will need to be enrolled at FSC and earn a minimum of 20 hours in the following formally approved Applied Learning Co-curricular activities with at least two different Approved Hosts (Nexus Center, Office of Community and Civic Engagement, or Research Aligned Mentorship).

Time to complete:

Minimum of 20 hours

Cost to attend:

Co-curricular microcredentials are non-credited activities; therefore, do not incur tuition. However, in certain instances fees may apply.

Contact Information

Nexus Center

Greenley Hall,












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Farmingdale State College Nursing students and faculty participating in a community-based outreach event.










Last Modified 2/21/24