Engagement Details

Addiction Recovery-Informed Seminar (ARISE)


What to Expect

Students listen to a peer tell their story story of overcoming substance use disorder and can ask questions about addiction and recovery from someone who has lived the experience. The purpose of the session is to develop empathy and compassion, in order to create a more inclusive community for students in recovery.

This engagement qualifies for these special designations:

  • Option to appear on UofSC Experience extended transcript

Term: Fall 2021



Time Commitment: 1 - 2 hours
Who Can Participate: Open - any student can participate (no required credentials, such as GPA, hours earned)
Minimum Credit Hours: No requirements for credit hours or years completed
Minimum GPA:  No requirements for credit hours or years completed
Other Requirements No additional requirements


Engagement Benefits

How expectations are communicated:
Website information
Advertising materials

Learning activities:
Community service / civic engagement

Knowledge or skills developed:
Personal and social responsibility - Taking seriously the perspectives of others

Who you will work with:
Student(s) on this campus

Who will communicate feedback and how:
Informal feedback only

Reflection expectations:
Informal only, no structured reflection activity


Additional Information