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Core Theme 3: Community Engagement
EITC’s value to the community is evident in our campus, which fosters communication and
professional growth; and our broader, collaborative relationships within the local, regional,
and academic communities who are key stakeholders.
On Campus Community-Safety
On Campus Community-Safety-Planning (3B)
The oversight for campus safety lies with the Vice-President for Administration and Finance
and the Safety Committee. Campus safety is of paramount concern not only because the
campus should be an inviting and safe environment for everyone, but because as a state-
entity, the College complies with Federal, State, and Local regulations. Incidents that
on campus, in or on non-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by EITC, and
public property within or immediately adjacent to campus are reported.
This information
can be found on the College home-page under
Figure 6: The Building Blocks of Core Theme 3: Community Engagement
This report is reviewed and prepared by the Vice President of Finance and Administration’s
Office to comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus
Crime Statistics Act. The Clery Act is a federal law that requires colleges and universities to
disclose information about crime on and around their campuses. This report is prepared in
cooperation with local law enforcement agencies surrounding our main campus and
outreach sites, Student Services, and with campus Security Services. Each entity provides
Core Theme Three:
Community Engagement
On-Campus Community
Professional development
Regional Community
Coordinator/Student Internships,
Businesses & Community Service
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