Colleges are so focused on their mandate as an academic, having in mind that educational institutions are economic catalysts and stimulating multiple business opportunities. On the other hand, educational goals tend to forget that there is one which should also be given attention to, that is, the health of the community. To address this seemingly differing idea, the methodology that can be employed as Zappia, and L. Puntenney, (2010) puts it, the establishment of specific training to individual groups, in areas such as leadership development, engaging hard-to-reach residents, and launching small community improvement efforts.In this way, ensuring resident involvement in the planning makes the difference. At the Bulacan State University, partnership is created by calling together a group of interested stakeholder to discuss ideas and concerns for the community. The formation of this affiliation and association addresses social determinants of health within the community and cohesive relationships between them.