Collaborative Partnerships: Strengthening The University & Community Relationship

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$ 425.00

The registration fee includes institutional access to the recording for one year.
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As colleges and universities continue to evolve, so do the communities in which they reside. With new housing developments popping up nationwide, and more students moving further into established neighborhoods, the need for building and maintaining relationships with city officials, student housing representatives and long-term residents is essential.

Communities near and far share similar concerns about noise, parking, over-occupancy, property management, unkempt yards, and community expectations.

How can colleges, universities, and communities address these concerns? Through collaborative partnering!

Collaborative partnering is an effective strategy for building community among students and long-term residents who live in proximity. It involves the development of initiatives and programs to address noise, alcohol/parties, trash, neighborhood expectations, and more.

Learn how a community in Colorado pooled its resources to help improve town-gown relationships. This interactive webinar will provide a description of collaborative programming used to educate students about local ordinances. As well as the art of neighboring, enhancing enforcement and prevention, developing social norming campaigns and promoting community connectedness in their college town. The presenters will provide their expertise to participants looking to replicate or produce similar programming in their community.

  • Learn the steps in building a liaison position shared between the university and city, including significant items of consideration
  • Learn about programs and initiatives that have been effective in addressing issues around, and needs of, students living off campus
  • Learn how to develop mutually beneficial and useful relationships with landlords, property managers and national housing providers
  • Hear about lessons learned in collaborative partnering and the importance of creating programs that fit your community
  • Share ideas with the audience on what has been working in your communities
  • 2-year & 4-year institutions
  • Academic Affairs/Instruction
  • Student Services/Affairs
  • Outreach & Recruitment Staff
  • Student Life
  • Residence Life/Student Housing
  • Student Conduct Officers
  • Any educator interested in student life and the community
"Students are a moving target, and neighborhoods change each and every year. Addressing everyone's needs can be a challenge, and the key is to start wherever you can. Colorado State University and the City of Fort Collins have a 15+ year history of programs helping connect students and long-term residents. The University and City made a leap together and now are continually assessing our programs, adding to them and creating new ones."

Emily Allen has worked in higher education for over 10 years, including positions in Conflict Resolution and Student Conduct Services, Residence Life, and Academic Support services, and is committed to helping students and non-students learn from, live with, and understand one another. In her position as the Community Liaison between the City of Fort Collins and Colorado State University, she helps to strengthen relationships between students and long-term residents through active and passive programming, educational outreach, and events. Additionally, she works to connect and increase communication between administrators, faculty, staff, police, local business and non-profits. Emily is an International Town Gown Association board member and has presented nationally on the topic of town/gown partnerships.

Building a sense of community connectedness is a never-ending process. It takes continual planning and adjusting to meet the ever-changing needs of students and long-term residents. But with a little thought and support, your efforts can make a meaningful difference in strengthening town-gown relationships and overall quality of life in your community.

Jeannie Ortega has been the director of Off-Campus Life at Colorado State University since 2000. An alum of CSU, she has worked in various positions within the division of student affairs over the past 28 years in areas involving diversity, leadership and commuter student/adult learner support. Jeannie was one of the original key players in creating and developing the first community liaison position and programming at CSU.

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How much does a live webinar or on-demand training cost?

1 Training (Live Webinar or On-Demand Training) - $425 Unlimited connections, campus-wide access license to the recording for one year.

Package Pricing

  • 2 Trainings - $645 Unlimited connections, recording for one year (campus-wide access)
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Boulder, CO 80301

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Below is a breakdown of our cancellation policy.

  • 30 days prior: Full refund
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Online Faculty and Staff Learning Communities: Distribute the recording to faculty and staff so they can watch anytime, anywhere.

Staff Recognition: Develop a program around the webinar with monthly themes and recognize the staff members that implement the best idea related to the theme.

Team-Building: Utilize these trainings to develop cross-functional and cross-discipline teams to foster collegiality.

New Employee Training: Include the online training as part of your new employee training program to ensure consistency.

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