Community Outreach


BW Spring Service Day

Individual Registration Form

All registrations must be confirmed.  Your registration is not confirmed until you hear from an OCO staff member.  Registrations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.

Cancellation Policy

Last minute cancellations and no-shows make it difficult for us to meet community needs.  They also result in a waste of university resources resulting from unused food and transportation.  We have established the following cancellation policy to reduce the number of late cancellations and no-shows and to defray the cost incurred by the Office of Community Outreach when they do occur:

  • Registrants may cancel up until 12:00 p.m. on March 31, 2014, without penalty by emailing or calling (440) 826-2403.
  • Canceling after noon on March 31 or failure to attend the day of the event will result in a $10.00 fee to cover the cost of food and transportation.  The $10.00 fee will be charged directly to the registrant's student account through the Bursar.
  • In the event of a late cancellation or failure to show due to special circumstances (i.e. illness or death in the family), the registrant may contact the Office of Community Outreach at (440) 826-2403.  Fees may be waived at the discretion of the Office of Community Outreach staff.
* Required information
First Name: *
Last Name: *
Gender: *
Status: *
I have read the cancellation policy above and agree to the terms.: *
BW ID Number: *
E-mail address: *
Phone #: *
Please note that because this is a one-time service project, the majority of our projects have limited interaction with populations being served, however their may be some opportunities for direct interaction such as interacting with nursing home residents or clients at a food pantry. We will do our best to accomodate preferences based on order of registration.
Please indicate your service preference:  No preference    Direct Interaction    Limited Interaction  
Do you have any physical limitations that may affect your ability to participate? If yes, please explain: *
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