UNLa stands as a public, urban and committed university. That is why, from its founding Statute, it is proposed to "organize, coordinate and develop programs and activities of community cooperation and public service, as well as promoting activities that tend to the creation, preservation, and dissemination of culture."
Along these lines, we offer a range of training and recreation proposals open to all age groups in the community: boys and girls, youth, adults, and older adults. Informatics, molds, languages, dance, choir, orchestra, and trades are some of the initiatives aimed at residents.
UNLa also has a "Community Social Council" made up of various organizations in the region, which aims to recognize and address the specific needs of the community and that both parties can maintain a fluid relationship.