New NU Students ‘Plunge’ Into Service Learning

In Announcements, by , on September 3rd, 2015

Twenty-eight freshmen moved into Niagara University last Tuesday morning, four days before their fellow first-year students arrived on campus.

Their purpose: To serve the neighboring communities of their adopted home.

Through the university’s Niagara Plunge program, the new students performed an assortment of contributive activities at Niagara Falls-based nonprofits, including the Francis Center, Community Missions, Carolyn’s House, Historic Holy Trinity church, Summit Life Outreach, the Aquarium of Niagara, and Heart, Love and Soul.

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