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Promos such as these remind off-campus residents to be neighborly in Fort Collins. Sophomores transitioning from on-campus housing attend a “Where I Live” workshop covering living expenses and rental agreements. Each August, staff, residents, and campus and city police hit the streets to distribute information on city residence codes and laws. And during a fall community cleanup, students offer to rake leaves and wash windows for their neighbors.
1/30/2015
Community-driven strategies provide quality student housing while also maintaining neighborhood quality.
Keeping with the building’s contemporary feel, “The Lantern,” a large installation that hangs in the lobby of University Crossing at UMass Lowell uses wooden panels to help reflect light into the building and dampen sound.
1/29/2015
230,000-square-foot facility brings together all offices involved in student success
Communicable diseases that can impact college and university campuses run the gamut from mumps to measles.
1/26/2015
An array of other diseases that may impact a campus
1/26/2015
Two-thirds of Gen Z-aged respondents said they want to learn about entrepreneurship in college

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