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Service dog visit April 28 for students

Student News | Monday, April 25, 2022

Columbus State will host Columbus State Votes and OSU 4 Paws for Ability this week to highlight the rights of voters with disabilities and the importance of service dogs. Students will be able to meet service dogs in training in the Nestor Hall Lounge on Thursday, April 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. During the visit, students will be able to pet the dogs, play trivia, register to vote, find voting resources, and score some free goodies. 

4 Paws for Ability is a nonprofit that places service dogs with children and veterans with disabilities. The organization aims to educate the public on the importance of service dogs. Their University Program allows student volunteer trainers, like the ones at Ohio State, to raise service dogs in training. The dogs raised on OSU’s campus attend classes, extra-curricular activities, events, and even visit Columbus State. 

The Thursday event will also feature Columbus State’s Accessibility and Testing Office resources and resources for voting with a criminal record. 

Columbus State students will be able to register to vote at the Nestor Hall voter registration Kiosk, or with the Accessibility and Testing Office in Eibling Hall 101.


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