November 3, 2022
Campus-Community Connections
A Publication of ITGA
Readily Available Toolkit Addresses Alcohol Use at Off-Campus Parties
The International Town & Gown Association and Molson Coors have partnered to provide universities with the 2025 Alcohol Harm Reduction Toolkit to address alcohol use at off-campus parties. ITGA allocated funding from Molson Coors for six university communities to use evidence-based strategies and emerging best practices surrounding alcohol use at off-campus student house parties. Learn more. Access the Toolkit here.
“ITGA is eager to share prevention efforts that have been successful at these universities,” said Susan Stafford, ITGA Assistant Director and former director of off-campus housing & neighborhood relations at the University of Colorado Boulder.
The Late Night LunchTime Talk Show - What you Missed!
This recording is a first in a series of discussions that provides ITGA members and friends access to some of the movers and shakers shaping productive town/gown relationships across the country and around the world.

In our first episode, Michael Akin engaged in a thought provoking discussion with Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette, the new President & CEO of Newfields in Indianapolis, IN. If you have suggestions for future speakers and topics, contact
Register for ITGA's Water Cooler Chat
Thursday, November 17, 12:00pm (ET): Water Cooler Chat-Safe Ride and Safe Walk Programs: Join the chat moderated by Colorado State University’s Off-Campus Life and Police Department to explore, ask questions, and share knowledge about these types of programs. All are welcome and we look forward to a lively conversation. To register, click here.
Register for the UKTGA Virtual Conference
Join our international colleagues at the UKTGA Virtual Conference, Tuesday, 15th, November from 9:30am - 4:30pm (GMT). They have a great line up for the day with a range of interactive sessions led by local authority representatives, academics, landlords, town-gown practitioners, and many others. For further information and questions, email
National & International Headlines
Study Finds College President Searches Favor White Men
College Futures Foundation commissioned the report and a companion piece, "Tools to Redesign Presidential Search for Equity," that walks presidential search teams through creating a process that is equitable for candidates of color.
Proposal Would Ban More than 3 Students Living Together
A Providence City Council Committee is mulling whether to ban more than three college students from living together under one roof. The ordinance would impact roughly 29,000 residences in the capital city.
The Greater Manchester Civic University Agreement
Research has shown the impact of Greater Manchester's universities on the city region, its people and businesses, one year on from the signing of a flagship agreement.
Town Passes Rental Ordinance Updating Safety Requirements
Within the next three years, every rental property in Hanover will undergo an inspection. The inspections will be relevant for students who live in off-campus housing units.
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