COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENTAdvancing the health and well-being of residents of the Greater Cincinnati
Community engagement is a core characteristic of the University of Cincinnati’s commitment to impact, inclusion, and innovation in public service. We support our mission to advance health and health equity through several engaged projects. We champion community-based health initiative drawing on the partnerships with organizations, stakeholders, faculty, staff, and students.
URBAN HEALTH PROJECT
Urban Health Project pairs first year medical students with non-profit organizations in the Greater Cincinnati region and Northern Kentucky.
STUDENT-RUN FREE CLINIC
University of Cincinnati Student-Run Free Clinic (UC SRFC) is a multidisciplinary group of students and faculty who run a free clinic for underserved populations.
UC Open School (UCOS) College of Medicine is a multidisciplinary group of students who work together to provide an integrative approach to the health needs of our community through St. Vincent DePaul organization.
THE CINCINNATI PROJECT
The Cincinnati Project is a research initiative housed in the College of Arts and Sciences. Faculty partnered with local agencies to translate academic work and research into action that improves people’s lives in Cincinnati