Campus feedback sought on UC, City of Cincinnati relationship

The study asks employees and students their perceptions with regards to alcohol and drug-related incidents

University of Cincinnati staff, faculty, students and campus neighbors are invited to complete a short survey to gauge how well UC works with the surrounding community when it comes to dealing with neighborhood complaints stemming from nuisance parties.

The Optimal College Town Assessment will help UC's Campus and Community Alcohol and Other Drug Coalition better understand and improve the relationship between the UC and its surrounding community, especially relating to incidents involving drugs or alcohol.

The assessment, which takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, will help identify successes and areas for improvement in regards to UC's relationship with the city. Answers are confidential. Only summary data will be released. Please respond no later than Dec. 7.

To begin the survey, participants may select the link for the campus they most identify with:

Questions should be directed to Sarah Blanton.

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