Center for Campus and Community Engagement
The Center for Campus and Community Engagement connects students, faculty, staff, and communities (from local to global) to create and maintain mutually beneficial academic, research, and service partnerships that foster resilient communities and life-long engaged citizens.
Recruit and coordinate volunteers, or find and register for community engagement opportunities on GivePulse! Learn more >
Ways to Engage
Explore our Cities and CommunitiesDiscover the vibrant communities of southeast Ohio and delve into the rich history and dynamic present of the Appalachian region.
Community ProgramsAre you a community member looking for consultation services, youth camps, and other resources? Ohio University offers a multitude of programs for our communities.
Community-Engaged CoursesLearn more about officially designated C-Courses and find resources to support curricular community engagement.
Community-Engaged ResearchLearn about the community-engaged research, training, and resources available at OHIO.
Community Work StudyFind work study opportunities in the community.
Civic Engagement and VotingLearn about opportunities for voting and otherwise getting involved as a local citizen.
Volunteer and Internship OpportunitiesAre you a student looking to volunteer or intern in the community? Or an organization looking for volunteers for a service project? The GivePulse platform will connect you.
Community-Engaged ScholarsA directory connecting you to community-engaged scholars in our campus communities. Browse the directory today!
Interested in learning more about Black History in Southeastern Ohio? Check out these local organizations who serve to educate our communities, celebrate and preserve the history and future of Black Americans in our region.
The colorful dragon hoisted by members of the Athens Asian American Alliance (AAAA), Asian-American Pacific Islander Student Union (AAPISU), and AAPI-Lead made its second appearance at the homecoming parade this year. The groups serve to celebrate and advocate for their communities on and off campus.
Before graduating with her master's degree in theater, Alyssa Embry partnered with Passion Works Studio and the Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities to put her accessible arts research to work and created a sensory-friendly theater experience for her thesis.
The CCCE's newsletters are one of the ways we aim to keep people informed on the latest news and upcoming events in and around Ohio University campuses and southeast Ohio.
Share Your Story
Have you been a part of a community engaged project? We want to hear from you! Storytelling is a powerful way of sharing your experience, inspiring others. Tell us how community engagement has led to real mutually beneficial impacts!