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In the social area, the University of Celaya, through the results of programs such as: Service Learning, where students learn by working and serving others, in sustainable projects that improve the living conditions of a social group.

With this perspective, in the last 5 years alone, they have benefited more than 60 children in vulnerable conditions thanks to the PERAJ program.

More than 700 people can see better thanks to the visual health campaign in conjunction with Lentes al Instante.

More than 300 children from the AMANC Foundation enjoyed a special day for Children's Day.

More than 1,000 people have received medical, nutritional and psychological care through the Diagnosis and Care Clinics.

And countless beneficiaries can be counted in projects such as FESE Women, women entrepreneurs, Saturday nutrition campaigns, work with the Nutrition and Life Foundation, skills development workshop for older adults, assertive "yes or yes" workshop with adolescents, a workshop on disability awareness, video for the United Foundation for parents of young people with alcohol intake, Blog de ayuda that serves as support for parents and guardians. Self-sustainable bakery in the community of Soria. Social entrepreneurship projects for young people with disabilities at the Henry Wallo School, the operation of the Celaya Nutritional Center, the MAIAA Program for pediatric patients with overweight and obesity. Support programs for nursing homes for the elderly, university health caravans, nutritional care programs for schools in the city, brief intervention with women detected with breast cancer, workshop to cope with daily stress.

In addition, several research projects have been conducted on violence and the media, human rights and the control of conventionality, population nutrition in vulnerable groups, community tourism, hospitality and tourist identity.

Social responsibility for the environment is built daily by creating awareness in our community about the importance of living a healthy life and being conscious of our ecological footprint on the planet.

That is why we are a declared 100% smoke-free campus, and we are working on becoming a plastic-free and litter-free campus.