Improving Community Relations Through Off-Campus House Party Registration

Venue: Online Webcast

Location: Online Webcast, United States

Event Date/Time: Jul 22, 2010
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Town and gown relationships between colleges and their community can often be strained by students' off-campus parties and conduct. Because colleges and communities are linked - whether desired or not - it is crucial that both entities work together to solve critical issues.

Join us online to explore a unique approach to mitigating citizen complaints about noise and parties via a party registration process. This process creates a winning relationship between the institution, the students who throw parties and their neighbors, and the local police.

Highlighting Colorado State University's off-campus party registration process, you will learn how to

* Plan a successful program at your campus following CSU's Model
* Gain support and partnerships from students, staff, and the local community
* Write and design effective program and marketing materials
* Share the message to difficult constituencies
* Scale the program to your campus setting

This web conference will highlight strategies for colleges and towns where students frequently live off-campus and hold parties in those off-campus establishments. The content is designed for college and city personnel who work together to improve students' off-campus behavior. This includes chief student affairs officers, deans of students, off-campus/commuter offices, town and gown liaisons, student conduct services, student legal services, college police, city police, college legal counsel, and city attorney offices.

Have questions about this event? Please call us at 720.488.6800