Attention: Students Living in the South Bethlehem Community
Welcome back to Lehigh and the City of Bethlehem!
We wish you all the best during this academic year and we want to work with you to make your stay in the community a positive one. Please join your fellow students on Tuesday, August 28 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. for An Evening at the Goose with food and beverage for all. Everyone living off-campus is welcome, but we strongly encourage that at least one representative from each house attend this event.
Representatives from the city and Lehigh and local landlords will be on hand to answer your questions about living in a clean and safe community. Bring your questions; we’ll get you the answers.
- How do I run a safe party?
- How do I keep my neighbors from calling in every little issue?
- What are the rules on trash pick-up?
- Who do I go to if I’m having problems at my house?
- How do I keep my house secure?
- Who do I report suspicious activity to?
Living in the community can be a wonderful experience where life-long skills can be learned and developed. It can also become a disaster that will make your experience at Lehigh challenging at best. We want you to have as positive an experience as possible while here at Lehigh and it begins with some open discussions about expectations and understandings. Please take advantage of this offer to meet with local representatives and have this conversation. It may make all the difference in your experience and help us to strengthen your off-campus life. Besides, it’s tough to turn down a sandwich at the Goose.
Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on the 28th.
Dale Kochard – Assistant VP Community and Regional Affairs
Ed Shupp Chief – Lehigh University Police Department