Wisconsin Students Get Credit for Faith-Based Volunteering

Students at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire are now allowed to use volunteer work at faith-based organizations to count toward the required 30 hours of community service in order to graduate. The university had originally denied Alexandra Liebl’s request to use her credits as a volunteer religious education assistant at her local Catholic church to satisfy the community service requirement. After Alliance Defending Freedom filed a lawsuit on Alexandra’s behalf, the university agreed to drop its unconstitutional policy.

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