Students taking service-learning courses become the major work-force of this learning model. This year we found the largest number of students, 2412, receiving service-learning credit (GEN 3851) on their academic transcripts. 1199 Students received GEN 3851 “Service-Learning credit in Fall 2015, 1213 students in Spring 2016. This increase from AY14-15 improves our ratio of students who receive service-learning credit to the entire Stockton Student population in a semester to 1:7. Students average approximately 20 hours for each service-learning project they complete, meaning 2412 students will contribute 48,240 hours during a school year. In terms of in-kind value to our local community, the work of service-learning students and day of service volunteers, is valued at $1.47 Million. This value of work more than 5x the total operational, program and professional salary budget received by the Office of Service-Learning and a 42% increase from AY14-15.