Help us provide support for the youth at the Seneca County Youth Detention Center. They are in need of items for an incentive program.

Habitat for Humanity is actively helping to build homes in Seneca County.

Announcing the opening of Euchre registration and where to sign up.
Tri-Alpha Honor Society recruiting new members of first-generation students.
Fill out the FAFSA for 2021-2022 School Year
Take part in interactive virtual programming to become an effective human rights advocate and steward of collective memory.
Announcing intramural events that are offered this semester.
Speech Team shines at Ohio's State Novice Championship and Ohio University's annual Tournament

Please log your community service hours at Heidelberg University. If you log 20 hours in one seme

Testing will be mandatory for faculty and staff, voluntary for students, who are still encouraged to participate.
Announcing intramural ping pong open for sign-ups.
If you would like to participate in the quiz about the people spotlighted in the Poster Board Displays around campus, please scan the QR code at the bottom of the posters.
As part of today's theme, "Heidelberg Allyship & Moving Heidelberg into Action," all day Friday the campus community will use various social media platforms and write to senators, etc. to advocate for an issue of their choice which deals with poverty, healthcare, and King’s vision of beloved community.
The next deadline for grants from the Pepsi Fund and the Martha and Ernest Hammel Student Research Fund to support student research and/or travel to professional conferences is February 1, 2021. Applications should be submitted by 11:59 PM.
Students who are Residents of Seneca County are eligible for federal COVID-19 Relief for housing, utilities, and food.
The Student Emergency Support Fund is available to students who have an expected FAFSA Expected Family Contribution of $7,000 or less and is one-time emergency grant that an undergraduate student may receive while at Heidelberg University.
Ad Astra reservation system release & training.
Heidelberg University offers a shuttle from the Columbus, Cleveland, Toledo and Detroit airports. There is a $25 one-way fee for the shuttle, which is payable at the time the student makes the shuttle reservation. When booking your flight, please plan to arrive at the airport prior to 6PM when the shuttle will leave. The deadline to sign up for the airport shuttles on January 2 (for Basketball & Wrestling) and January 9 (for Track) is December 17 by 4 p.m. Please complete this Airport Shuttle Reservation Form. Students who cannot schedule their air transportation to match the shuttle times will be responsible for arranging their own transportation to campus.
Winter Clothing Drive for Heidelberg University Students led by Student Affairs collecting coats, gloves and scarves.

The Alumni Engagement Office invites faculty and staff to join in on its Holiday-Themed Trivia Ni

2021-22 Financial Aid Process

Civic Engagement is looking for groups and individuals willing to write letters of encouragement

Hours for Saurwein Nov. 21-Dec. 18