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Learn about housing and community resources at October town halls
Pitt’s annual Be a Good Neighbor Tenant Town Halls will provide Pittsburgh students with resources for off campus living.
The first town hall will take place on Oct. 25 from 5-7 p.m. in the William Pitt Union lower lounge. The second will be held Oct. 27 from 3-5 p.m. in Alumni Hall 121.
Justin Dandoy, director of community affairs in the Office of Engagement and Community Affairs (OECA), said the events were designed to help make students’ lives easier.
“These town halls will give students essential information and resources to help them stay safe and thrive while living off-campus and in our neighborhoods,” he said.
Students who attend can expect to interact with key campus and community and stakeholders to learn about public safety, renters’ rights, searching for housing on and off campus and more.
Speakers include representatives from the Office of Engagement and Community Affairs, Pitt Housing, the Student Government Board, the Pittsburgh Department of Public Works and University and city law enforcement.
No registration for the event is required, and light refreshments will be provided. For more community resources, visit OECA’s website.
— Donovan Harrell