Health Care for Students
- BEHAVIORAL HEALTH RESOURCES
- Cleveland Campus Health Services
- Cleveland Campus student Support RESOURCES
- Cleveland Campus Title IX Resources
We are committed to offering organizations that maintain an active involvement on our campus and promote the values of osteopathic medicine on the national level.
Cleveland Community Outreach
Public service is part of our mission, and the Heritage College, Cleveland, focuses on community outreach efforts primarily in northeast Ohio. Through involvement in these efforts, Cleveland campus students, faculty and staff have many opportunities to make a difference in the lives of individuals and families living in our local communities.
Heritage College, Cleveland, students interested in volunteering in the community may also consider enrolling in the T.O.U.C.H. program, a nationally recognized initiative of the Council of Osteopathic Student Government Presidents. Students can learn more about the national TOUCH program and how to enroll here. Cleveland students can find out more about the TOUCH program at the Heritage College here.
Students may also find a list of local organizations looking for volunteers at this link.
Fitness and Recreation Opportunities
On-campus students can benefit from three exercise (gym) spaces located on the third floor. These spaces offer a variety of free weights, treadmills, stationary bikes, elliptical machines and yoga equipment. Also offered on campus are Xbox and PlayStation gaming systems as well as a pingpong table.
Life Time Fitness
Students on the Cleveland campus have an opportunity to participate in a membership to Life Time Fitness in Beachwood, Ohio. Located minutes from the Cleveland campus, this membership allows students access to group exercise classes, open swim and pool use, basketball courts and much more.
Intramural Sports Leagues
The Heritage College, Cleveland, works with many area providers to explore opportunities for intramural leagues. We look forward to many opportunities for our year 1 and year 2 students to play together or against each other.
Student Table Tennis Competition
To get involved in intramural sports leagues and class competitions, please contact Rachel Moore.