Ohio Northern University students perform 50,000 hours of community service


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ONU freshman Joy Yancy takes part in an ACE Day community service event in August 2016.

Submitted photo ONU freshman Joy Yancy takes part in an ACE Day community service event in August 2016.


ADA — Each year, approximately 1,500 Ohio Northern University students are engaged in about 50,000 hours of community service in their college home.

These endeavors support the university’s commitment to a high-impact learning environment in which education extends beyond the classrooms and labs, a press release stated.

Ada Community Engagement Day, which is held during the fall semester’s opening weekend, allows new students to get involved in their college home through community service projects. LOVE Day is similar, but is held in the spring and includes more upper-class students. Both involve university faculty and staff members, as well as students.

Submitted photo ONU freshman Joy Yancy takes part in an ACE Day community service event in August 2016.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2017/06/web1_COMMUNITY-SERVICE.jpgSubmitted photo ONU freshman Joy Yancy takes part in an ACE Day community service event in August 2016.

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