Using Stanford University’s Principles for Ethical and Effective Service (PEES) as a case study, this presentation showcases the ways that principles guide work with students, faculty and community partners, inform program design, implementation, and evaluation, and ensure that the service opportunities also align with the values of the university. Through this presentation, participants will explore how they can adapt these principles within their own communities to engage diverse stakeholders in discussions regarding the opportunities and challenges inherent in university public service efforts. This session benefits students, faculty, staff, and community engagement professionals seeking to create and/or update their campus’ public service guiding principles and serves as a resource for deepening community partnerships that appropriately balance student learning and community impact. | Learning outcomes: - Participants will learn what steps to take in developing guiding principles for engaging in public service. - Participants will learn to identify what stakeholders to engage in the process of developing their public service principles. - Participants will learn the challenges and successes of developing guiding principles for engaging in public service.