From MSU Today on Impact Radio: Making sure their students will be living on a safe campus is one of the biggest concerns when parents send their kids off to college. In addition to the resources already in place at MSU, Sgt. Florene McGlothian-Taylor of MSU Police says there are a variety of proactive measures students can take to remain safe and healthy during their time in college.
Such tips include walking in well-lit areas, going out with a group of friends, utilizing the Night Owl service from CATA, signing up for MSU ETXT and locking up doors and personal belongings. And of course, “Anytime you see things suspicious or out of place, call 911 immediately,” McGlothian-Taylor says. “Too often, people wait.”
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