- Be a good neighbor. Whether you live in a residence hall or an apartment you are someone's neighbor and a part of the community.
- Remember the "all or none" theory. The negative actions of a few offensive or disruptive neighbors many times label the entire College community.
- Awareness of and compliance with the regulations in effect on campus and within the larger community are essential components in fostering a living/learning environment. The Honor Code and Code of Conduct are outlined in our Student Handbook (available at the Student Affairs Office) and questions regarding any city ordinances should be directed to our Campus Police.
- College students living off campus are reminded that meeting the general concerns of the community with regard to such issues as noise, parking and trash/recycling pickup are vital to community harmony. Oftentimes, the College is called to assist in resolving complaints and, as an integral part of the Charleston community, we are committed to fostering positive community relations.
- Report any suspicious activity to proper authorities. Awareness and prevention are the best weapons against criminal activity.
- Both City of Charleston and Campus Police are available to conduct a residence security survey to alert residents of potential security problems. Those interested in obtaining this service should contact either agency.
And always Be A Good Neighbor