In marking World Habitat Day on Monday, Columbus Area Habitat for Humanity will have a dedication and house blessing ceremony at 4 p.m. at the corner of Mason Street and 10th Avenue.The homes were constructed last spring by students from Columbus State University, University of Pittsburgh, Illinois State University, Washington College, Sacred Heart University, Ashland University, Ethel Walker School and Ithaca College. This is a dream come true, it really is, Falisa Rodgers, one of Habitats newest homeowners said, in a statement.Meanwhile, Columbus Area Habitat continues work on four homes in south Columbus near Victory Drive. In addition, for its spring break next year, CSU will showcase its Student Recreation Center and provide activities for college students coming here March 5-11. Volunteer labor comes from all sources, but our best source is college students. Each year, hundreds of students come to Columbus to work, and not play or relax, during their Spring Break, Brinkley Pound, the Columbus Area Habitat for Humanity executive director, said in a statement. At the end of five days, a home is constructed from slab to shingle and is ready for finishing work. In addition, after three years of organizing student volunteers for Columbus Area Habitat for Humanitys Alternative Spring Break, Columbus States Center for Career Development is expanding its role to co-host next years event, borne from Habitats 19-year-old Collegiate Challenge.The university will entertain about 150 student volunteers, including its own and others from the University of Pittsburgh and Illinois State University, who are using spring break to build homes for low-income families.Last year, CSU students — including those from the returning schools — worked on seven houses in south Columbus. Pound said CSU helps make the Alternative Spring Break worth remembering.When the Collegiate Challenge takes place in Columbus, CSU students provide peer connections for visitors with in-the-know information, fellowship and assistance that is truly unique to the Columbus build project, said Pound, who holds an education specialist degree from CSU. Last year, CSU students worked with the University of Pittsburgh students, and this year, the school has already doubled its student commitment.Last years Collegiate Challenge drew volunteers from CSUs Servant Leadership Program, Residence Life and student organizations.