Special Events @ UC
America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk
Join us for UC's seventeenth consecutive year as host of this exciting charitable event!
Friday, Feb. 28 and Saturday, March 1, 2014
For the seventeenth consecutive year, Utica College will open its arms to the community for what has become arguably the most exciting charitable event in central New York -- America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk.
Join us as we welcome nearly 10,000 people putting their legs (and hearts) to work in the fight against heart disease and stroke. With the help of UC students, faculty, staff, alumni, friends, and neighbors, this event promises to be the most successful to date.
- a nationally recognized event
- one of the largest run/walks of
its kind in the country
- a great opportunity to show your
- a great time for one and all
Event Goals The goal of the event is to raise awareness of heart disease and raise more than $1 million toward fighting this terrible disease that is America’s No. 1 killer.
Anyone Can Participate
You don't have to be an athlete to participate in America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk. All you need is the willingness to make a difference in the lives of others. This is an enjoyable event for friends and family, a great bonding opportunity, and an ideal team-building exercise for fellow employees.
Choice Of Events
America's Greatest Heart Run & Walk features:
- 30K run
- 10-mile run
- 5-mile run
- 3-mile run
- 3-mile walk
Whether you walk, run, or volunteer at one of the many stations located along the course, your involvement will help make America’s Greatest Heart Run & Walk 2014 an event to remember!
For More Information If you are a member of the UC community and wish to join Team UC, contact one of our Team Captains:
- Elizabeth Caraco
Head of Circulation, Gannett Library
- Sarah K. Elleman, M.A.
Head Coach, Field Hockey
- Fran Lucia
Activities Advisor and Event Coordinator
- Becky Sullivan
Student Employment Coordinator
Join Our Team
You can sign up on Utica College's Team Page, located here:
If you wish to participate as a volunteer, contact Student Activities at (315) 792-3037.