Radiography students at IU South Bend are actively engaged with patients and the community by providing patient care through imaging services. Within the last year, student radiographers put in over 1,800 hours at area clinical facilities, according to Maryann Oake, Clinical Assistant Professor of Radiological Sciences. In the final year of the program, students also complete a service learning project that helps strengthen the relationship between students and the community. Students volunteered at organizations such as Habitat for Humanity and Ribbon of Hope. Volunteering and community engagement enhance student learning, prepare students to be well-rounded professionals, and help to make our community healthier.