Geneseo and Livonia Elementary School Programs: offer volunteers a unique opportunity to work with elementary school children (K-5) that need special attention and academic support. Volunteers participate once per week at the Geneseo and Livonia Elementary Schools.
"Let's Play to Grow" (LPTG): offers recreational time for exceptional preschool and primary aged children and their families. This is done through creative crafts, activities and theme parties.
Swimming: offers a variety of recreational water activities to exceptional adults and children. Volunteers aid them in swim and fun at the Alumni Pool.
Exceptional Experience Month (EEM): is the month of February and offers actives designed to promote an understanding and awareness of persons with special needs in our communities. Activities include speakers, movies and other exciting events such as the annual wheel chair basketball game.
Autistic Family Support Program (AFSP): offers parents of children with autism "time off" while activites are provided for the children here on campus.
Fundraising/Publicity: is the part of CEC that organizes such things as the T-shirt sale and other special fundraisers and events to raise money for the program activities. It also informs the campus and surrounding areas about when and where CEC events will be occurring.
"The Exceptional": is the CEC newsletter which is published about twice a year and distributed among students, staff, and the community.
Sharing Times and Recreation Together (START): is a part of CEC that participates in activities such as bowling and theme parties with adult exceptional individuals, as well as planning picnics for them and much more.
The Annual Student CEC Conference: is a highly respected informative and educational local conference that takes place during the spring semester. Through guest speakers it provides professionals and students from Geneseo and surrounding areas with information regarding present issues in the Educational field.
Tutoring Program: is run in collaboration with the volunteer center in order to provide tutoring services to area students. The main focus is in working with students who are both classified and non classified for Special Education.