University of Michigan faculty members teach dozens of graduate and undergraduate service-learning courses that enable University of Michigan students to provide direct service to local schools, non-profit organizations, and government agencies. You can take a service-learning course from almost every department at the University, and independent study credit (2MB PDF) is available if you can find a faculty sponsor for the service and learning opportunity for which you are looking. For the most accurate information, consult the semester course guide.
The undergraduate departments where service-learning courses tend to cluster are:
English Language and Literature
School of Art & Design
In addition, there are two large peer-facilitated service-learning courses: Sociology 389, also known as Project Community, and Psychology 211, also known as Project Outreach.
The Semester in Detroit program also has a strong service-learning component, and participation fulfills most of the requirements for an LSA Urban Studies minor.