Residential Living

Achieving Career Exploration through Service (ACES)

ACES (Achieving Career Exploration through Service) is a one-credit pass/fail class that is offered only to students who live in the residence halls.

The course is a combination of career exploration activities, resume/cover letter building and writing, interview information and service learning projects.

Each student chooses a service learning project on campus or in the community and gives a minimum of 10 hours towards the project.

Course participants share in a final presentation on how the experience benefited them and the organizational skills learned in the process.

There are no fees for this course; however, there is a nominal fee for the Campbell Interest and Skills Survey.

The course is listed as English 157 and is offered Wednesdays from 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. (spring 2016 semester).


Application Process

Class size is limited.  You are encouraged to apply early.

  • Print and complete the application (this document is in Word format, please complete and then print your application
  • Return your completed application to Residential Living, 601 Division Building (next to Hardees)

Additional Information

Questions can be sent to the ACES coordinator, Kris Hoffenberger.