Local, National and International Service Learning Projects
Accounting students provide free tax preparation for fellow students and community members.
Dental hygiene students educate the community through presentations to target group populations; support local non-profits through the Medically Complex Client course; host meals at a soup kitchen annually by planning, shopping, cooking and serving the clients; participate in the Health & Wellness Expo and state wide Sealant Saturday by providing oral cancer screenings.
Sociology students helped rebuild New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina v Communications students support educational collaborations through an intercultural exchange program with Dine Community College in New Mexico.
Communications, biotechnology, biological science, liberal arts, applied qualities and standards, business administration, fine arts and general studies students collaborated in a cross-disciplinary service trip to Peru where they constructed a wind turbine, providing electricity to a remote city in the mountains.
Service trips to Ecuador and Costa Rica support educational opportunities for underserved youth