Title: Off campus life newsletter
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00093714/00004
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Title: Off campus life newsletter
Physical Description: Serial
Language: English
Creator: Dean of Students Office, University of Florida
Publisher: Dean of Students Office, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: February 2008
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Bibliographic ID: UF00093714
Volume ID: VID00004
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Ior more information on city events, please see the following websites:

Safety Tip of the Month
If you want to add an alarm system to your residence,
ask your landlord or apartment manager. All alarm
systems need to be registered with the city/county
through the Alachua County Sheriffs Office. You can
visit their w e b site at
http://www.alachuasherlff.orp/programs/false alarm/.
Use links on the right side of the page for more infor
mation on alarms.

Off Campus Life Surveys Students

Gathering student feedback on programs, initiatives, and new
innovations is essential in improving what our office does foi
you. This year the Office of Off Campus Life is releasing its first
survey out to students. We ask that you take a few minutes of
your time to answers the questions in the survey. The first 5 anc
last 5 students to complete the survey will receive a new video
iPod nano. Again we appreciate your feedback and thank you
for taking the time to help us get some information about off
campus students.

February Great Gator Neighbor

Name: Alexis Fabrizio

Majors: English and Religion

Interests: Literature, movies, her two orange cats, and Guitar Hero

Tip for Off Campus Students: Use resources (Gator Times, Off-
Campus Life, and other listservs) to find out more about on and
off-campus opportunities. Also, become involved with service or-
ganizations in order to become more dedicated to this community.

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Community Advocates
The Community Advocates program is an opportunity for University of
Florida and Santa Fe Community College students to learn more about
crime prevention, safety, the Gainesville Community and how they can give
back to their community through outreach and service. These students
attended a two hour class, once a week from 6:30pm-8:30pm for seven
weeks. Each class took place in a different location throughout the city of
Gainesville. In addition, every student had to complete a community service
project and create a program on their campus or in their community. The
number of students becoming Community Advocates continue to grow and
this year's community advocates are listed below.

Amanda Jackson
Katie Siegel
Stephanie Sims
Jaclyn Fischer
Nina Castro

Christa Gay
Tolulope Akinbo
Jessica Doren
Erica Ervin
Chandra Theodore

Angela Garcia
Aron Levy
Leigh Shapiro
Brandon Sapp

SG External Affairs Director David Drescher and City Commissioner
Mastrodicasa speak to students about towing.

Great Gator Neighbors

There are a lot of students that are citizens of the
Gainesville community who are good Gator neighbors.
Our Great Gator Neighbor program will highlight a
different student each month to showcase the involve-
ment, achievement, and service of those students living
in Gainesville.

Check out the Great Gator Neighbor
nomination forms at:

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