Students and faculty in the College of Business assist small business entrepreneurs in business startup practices.
The Clubhouse Reading Center, developed and operated by the College of Education (COE), provides free literacy tutoring to local children using COE students as the tutors. Enrollment tops 185 children each semester in small group and one-on-one tutoring sessions.
Faculty and students in all College of Health Professions programs join together to offer free clinics and a Healthy Kids day event each year.
Faculty and staff within the College of Liberal Arts are generating regional conversations and opportunities for reflection on the agricultural and war histories of the Findlay-Hancock County community.
Undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Pharmacy are offering their services to conduct vaccination programs, medication management services, prescription drug abuse information, and consultation to community members.
The Rieck Center for Habitat Studies, directed by the College of Sciences, offers on-site instruction and physical examples to farmers on how to include wetlands on farm property to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus run-off into streams and rivers.