Student Leadership Program

S.E.R.V.E. Health Science

S.E.R.V.E. Health Science is a student leadership program within the College of Health Science rooted in service to the college, students and ultimately Christ. Students who have demonstrated academic excellence and servant leadership qualities and are interested in further developing their leadership skills and community connections are encouraged to apply.

This is a great opportunity for students to invest in the future of the College of Health Science as well as receive training and networking opportunities in their health-related field, including the following: 

  • Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce
  • Good Morning Riverside
  • Riverside College Fair at Galleria at Tyler
  • Distinguished Lecture Series and Reception
  • Homecoming Block Party 
  • Dean's Executive Council Quarterly Meetings 
  • Priorities and Time Management Workshops

Leadership Health Science Class 2018-19

Jasmine Aguilar
Donica Loney
Lacey Machal
Catherine Kaliszweski
Madison Wingo

Applicant Requirements

  • Student applicant must have a declared major within the College of Health Science. 
  • Student applicant must have completed at least one semester of coursework at CBU. 
  • Student applicant must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and maintain a 3.0 GPA during the course of their involvement in S.E.R.V.E. 
  • Student applicant must be available to attend the required meetings and trainings.

To apply to be a part of the S.E.R.V.E. team, you can access the application here, then drop off in HSC A4. 

For more information, contact the College of Health Science at (951) 343-4619 or

Student of the Month - November 2018

april18 student of the month

Hanchu is attending CBU as an international student from China. She is a Nutrition & Food Science major, with a concentration in Nutrition Science. HanChu is expected to graduate this Fall 2018 semester and plans to continue her studies as a graduate student. She is a master violinist, having the opportunity to travel on an International Service Project (ISP) trip to South East Asia to teach and connect local students. Within her field of study, HanChu has written a paper on Native American Adolescent Obesity and Nutrient Intake, which was published in the International Journal of Public Health Science. With this project, she had the opportunity to participate in the National Experimental Biology 2018 Conference. In her spare time, she enjoys her time volunteering at Sandals Church and other local organizations.