Get funding and resource support for EXCEL projects

Experiential & Community-Engaged Learning, or EXCEL, promotes reciprocity and inspires reflection, leading to more sustainable, applied ways of understanding. The EXCEL Center was created to support faculty with funding and resources for experiential learning course projects.

How students learn with EXCEL projects

Learning can become deeply meaningful when “learning by doing” is expanded to include interacting, including, valuing, and reflecting. Your students will:

  • Work on relevant challenges facing our communities.
  • Build knowledge and skills while contributing to society.
  • Integrate academics with hands-on practice.
  • Put theories and new ideas into action.

FLC unique aspects of EXCEL:


EXCEL Center resources

Examples of EXCEL projects
How to use EXCEL funds
Travel logistics

Contact us

Becky Clausen

EXCEL Center Co-coordinator
Academic Hub

Phone: 970-247-7237

Deb Powers

EXCEL Center Co-coordinator
Academic Hub

Phone: 970-247-6295