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AZPM to Live Stream UA Student Safety Task Force Public Meeting
The task force is seeking feedback from the Tucson and UA communities around student safety and wellbeing. Wednesday, April 30th at 4 p.m.

UA Student Safety Task Force Public Meeting
Gallagher Theater – Student Union Memorial Center, 1303 E. University Blvd.
Wednesday, April 30th from 4-6pm

We want to hear from you! The UA Student Safety Task Force is seeking feedback from the Tucson and UA communities around student safety and wellbeing. All are welcome to attend in-person or stream online and share their thoughts.

The UA Student Safety Task Force was formed because promoting the safety of students on and off campus is of primary importance to the Arizona Board of Regents and the Presidents of Arizona’s public universities.

Want to submit a question, comment, or concern? Email them to:
UASafetyTaskForce@email.arizona.edu.

Comments and questions will be accepted before and during the meeting.

For general information about the meeting, call 621-0963.

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