Students living off-campus have always been the most difficult to reach. Anyone involved in fire and life safety in student housing likely knows that we have made great strides in improving the on-campus, or campus owned residential buildings in the last 10 to 15 years. This improvement was not made easily, and it took a great deal of tragedy and loss of life to get the necessary resources committed. There is still a great deal of work to be done as a large number of residence halls and dormitories still lack modern fire protection equipment such as fire alarm systems, bedroom smoke alarms and sprinklers.
To help tackle these issues, The Center launched their Off-Campus Fire and Life Safety Alliance, which is managed by Director Tim Knisely.
[ JOIN THE ALLIANCE GROUP
You do not have to be a member of The Center to apply for access to the Alliance Group.
However, if you are interested in becoming more involved with The Center, please contact us for details on how you can become a sponsor or member and help to further the cause of campus fire safety and be a visible part of this growing and vital mission. If you are not a member but would like to become one, register here or contact us.