North Dakota State University’s fourth annual “Good Neighbor” campaign is set for Tuesday, Sept. 20. The project is a collaboration between NDSU Student Government, the Office of Orientation and Student Success, Greek Life and the Roosevelt Neighborhood Association.
During the Good Neighbor program, informational door hangers are distributed to residents in the Roosevelt neighborhood. The material includes tips on respecting and communicating with neighbors, knowing the law, maintaining physical property and important telephone numbers.
“This event is simply about getting to know your neighbors,” said Tyler Leverington, Student Government’s executive commissioner of governmental relations and student affairs. “We understand that by building relationships with our neighbors, we can work to build a better community. By getting to know our neighbors, we can also help to resolve issues before larger problems arise."
Students and Roosevelt Neighborhood Association members will gather in the Student Activities office (located in the Memorial Union on NDSU’s main campus) at 6 p.m. for a brief kick-off event before heading out to visit with up to 2,000 of the neighborhood’s residents.
For more information, contact Aimee Sugden at firstname.lastname@example.org or 701-214-9152.