*Unless otherwise indicated, the sites below were created and are maintained by Davidson students and/or their advisors, to whom questions regarding the sites should be directed.
Habitat for Humanity
In conjunction with other local Habitat chapters, the Davidson College Chapter participates in local builds, raising awareness and advocating on housing issues and raising funds to build more houses both locally and globally. No building experience necessary. For more information contact Emma Krause.
HAMMERS (Hands Around Mecklenburg/Mooresville Making Emergency Repairs Safely)
Volunteers help disadvantaged homeowners - elderly, single parents, and the disabled - by making emergency repairs on homes in the local community. HAMMERS also sponsors the SouperBowl, a festive collaborative fundraiser with the local community to benefit the Davidson Housing Coalition. For more information contact Joe Morrison.
HealthReach Community Clinic is a free clinic located in Mooresville, NC. Volunteers support the clinic by helping manage patients during clinic hours and aiding with administrative tasks to facilitate the running of the organization. The mission of this student group is to provide volunteer support to HealthReach while learning about health issues and challenges that face the community. For more information contact Greg Swann.
Hillel at Davidson provides opportunities for the celebration of Jewish holidays and the exploration of Jewish heritage and faith by both people who are and are not Jewish. For more information contact Alexis Grant.
Hinds' Feet Farm
Volunteers work with brain trauma patients on various rehabilitation exercises including arts and crafts, Nintendo Wii, horseback riding and board games. Volunteers can also work outside on a number of maintenance chores. They may work intimately with the members in the Day Program by joining the "Physically Fit" program or help out with the Checkered Ball, an annual black-tie fundraiser. For more information contact Jackie Henson.
The purpose of this group is to encourage creative development of entrepreneurial ideas and make people's initiatives become possible. Our current project is selling milkshakes at the Outpost on Thursday nights. For more information contact Ryan Malden.
Hobart Park is Davidson College's annual literary review. We feature works of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, as well as visual art. Submissions are accepted from students, alumni, faculty, and visiting writers. Hobart Park is published every May.
Davidson's Honor System, including the Honor Code, Honor Council, and Code of Responsibility, requires a dedication to individual integrity that encompasses both social and academic life. Benefits of the Honor System include; self-scheduled exams, take-home & unproctored tests, and the trust of our professors & peers. Each pledge of honor helps sustain this climate of freedom and, more importantly, affirm our commitment to the importance of academic honesty and social responsibility. For more information contact Taylor White.
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