MLK Day of Service

UCARE’s Day of Service in honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was noted in the Norristown Times Herald. Volunteers worked at the Greater Norristown PAL Center. Read More»

Bonner Leaders Focus on Hunger: One Viewpoint

Focus on Hunger

The Ursinus Bonner Leaders as well as many local community members attended an event called Focus on Hunger, Oct. 20, hosted by Advocates Against Hunger at Eisenhower Science and Technology Leadership Academy. Junior Nicholas DiMuzio, a Bonner Leader, wrote this report:

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Healing with Horses

Students volunteer with horse therapy

Bonner Leader Tabi Rudzinski 2016 works side by side with her equine friend, Chex, at Sebastian’s Riding Associates. The private organization is on a mission is to improve the quality of life for children and adults with disabilities through equine therapy. Read More»

Student Orientation Features Community Service

Welcome Week will culminate Sat. Aug. 24 as first-year Ursinus College students disperse into the surrounding community to volunteer as part of their orientation. The UCARE organization at Ursinus has organized buses to various community service sites. Read More»

Ursinus Earns Place on National Honor Roll for Service

Ursinus College was named to the 2013 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. This designation is the highest honor a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement. Read More»

Ursinus Tutors Host Holiday Extravaganza

America Reads tutoring program

Norristown area elementary school students will be treated to the annual Holiday Extravaganza at Ursinus College as part of the America Reads and ACLAMO tutoring programs Dec. 6 in Wismer Lower Lounge. Read More»

A Trip to Jamaica Reaps Rewards

Bonner Leaders

For the last three years, the Ursinus Bonner Leaders have traveled to Beeston Springs over spring break to rebuild and repaint damaged homes, schools and orphanages. The Ursinus students have created a special relationship with the tiny impoverished community of Beeston Springs. Read More»