SU 'Common Ground' Campaign Helps Build Neighborhood Relationships
SALISBURY, MD---Mayor Jake Day and other city officials joined Salisbury University students and members of SU’s Town-Gown Neighborhood Relations and Neighborhood Compact committees to visit homes near campus during the University’s annual “Common Ground” door-knocking campaign.
Each year, the campaign helps increase students’ awareness of their responsibilities to act as good citizens and addresses neighbors’ concerns about student behavior by allowing them to chat face-to-face. Door-hangers distributed through the initiative offer students living off campus tips for fitting into their new neighborhoods and provides resources for non-students to report any issues.
For more information contact Dr. Lawanda Dockins-Mills, associate dean of students, at 410-543-6100 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the SU website at www.salisbury.edu.