Arcadia University offers these programs to the community:
The BBEST Program is a program focused on improving classroom management, effective behavior management, and developing positive behavioral supports for parents, teachers, and schools.
Black Male Development Symposium provides an opportunity for youth, adults, educational institutions, community organizations and individuals to participate in a one-day symposium designed to address the life-threatening issues facing Black male youth and adults.
Arcadia's Community Learning Center provides On-campus reading and writing instruction for students in grades 1-12.
The Office of Community Service acts as a source of information on various organizations and service opportunities in the tri-county area.
Dan Aaron Stay Fit Exercise Program. Arcadia's Department of Physical Therapy offers a group exercise program for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease or Multiple Sclerosis.
The Center for Professional Education in the School of Continuing Studies is a collaborative effort with educational institutions to offer customized programs for staff development, certification, and graduate study.