Libera Università Maria Ss. Assunta (LUMSA) is a highly ranked Italian Non – State University, principally located in Rome and Palermo, with over 7,000 students and 500 staff (teaching, research, and administrative staff). It offers bachelor’s and master’s degree programs in the human sciences, education and communication sciences, psychology, law, business administration, and banking, economics, political sciences, and modern languages. LUMSA awards Ph.D. degrees in social policies, law, developmental psychopathology, education, and economics. All training programs, including Ph.D., are open to international students. LUMSA has signed more than 160 bilateral agreements worldwide (Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa). It has been awarded by the European Commission with two Excellence Labels: ECTS and DS (Diploma Supplement) Label. LUMSA is very well known in Italy as a university devoted to teachers’ initial training as well as for organizing courses for the training of in-service teachers. The School of Education awards first-level diplomas in professional education, social work, psychology, and educational sciences, second-level diplomas in the same fields, as well as Ph.D. degrees. LUMSA is a member of EUCEN (European University Continuing Education Network). Furthermore, the university has carried out many joint projects to modernize teaching methods, materials, and curricula. LUMSA has also a Postgraduate School called EIS (Educare all’incontro e alla solidarietà), whose aim is to support the development of Service-Learning within and outside the University, in schools and in other Higher Education institutions. The School seeks to examine closely the theoretical foundations of the Service-Learning approach and put them into practice so as to fulfill the enormous potential that Service-Learning offers to students, teachers, managers, teaching and non-teaching staff in schools and universities for professional, cultural, and human growth. The EIS school organizes meetings, lectures, seminars, and conferences; it promotes research, keeps records of projects, and publishes material on the theme of active citizenship and Service-Learning. EIS has a scientific board composed of both Italian members (teachers from different Italian Universities) and international members (representing Higher Education Institutions from 5 continents: Europe, Africa, Asia, America, Australia). EIS collaborates with different organizations: the Italian Ministry of Education in spreading Service-Learning in the schools; the Scholas Occurrentes Foundation, an international organization created by Pope Francis, that works with schools and both public and private educational institutions, of all religious and secular confessions. A further research initiative is represented by the collaboration with the Congregation for Catholic Education, which consists of an international