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Enhancing the Community through Education


Te new Xenia YMCA at the REACH Center opened its doors earlier this year, providing 73,000 square feet of space for classes and recreation.


Te YMCA of Greater Dayton, who managed the project, wanted to create a facility that would give people more than what they are used to seeing at the Y. Tere’s still the pool and the basketball courts that YMCA members love, but the new Y also features classes and education programs aimed at enhancing knowledge and improving quality of life.


Tat’s why Xenia invited CSU to occupy 6,000 square feet in the left wing of the Y at the REACH Center. Here, the Central State University Land-Grant Extension provides valuable teaching services to community members. In addition to traditional YMCA offerings like 4-H Club and gardening classes, vital education such as personal finance and food prep programs will allow CSU to employ its holistic extension approach to improve lives in Xenia.


Central State University-Xenia (CSU-Xenia) also has an Admissions office inside the Xenia YMCA where students and parents can ask questions and get information about tuition, scholarships, and academics. Advisers here demystify the admission process for families of students who want to go to college.


As an 1890 Land-Grant Institution, CSU is committed to the neighboring communities. Tis new partnership which includes the YMCA of Greater Dayton, Kettering Health Network, the City of Xenia, Xenia Adult Recreation and Services Center, Clark State Community College, and CSU, will provide needed services and education to the people of Xenia.


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