By Kristin Miller
A recent campaign may lead to MSUM receiving a $100,000 grant, which would be used to enhance campus security.
The contest is being hosted by STANLEY Security and utilizes votes cast through their website, Twitter and text message. The two schools that tally up the most votes will be recipients of the funds. MSUM’s marketing department, Public Safety and Student Senate are working hard to get students to show their support.
“More money always seems to help,” Shane Kelly, customer service specialist senior at Public Safety, said. He added the grant could be used in a variety of ways including upgrading current security systems, cameras and access to campus buildings.
After hearing about the contest through Jan Mahoney, Vice President for Finance and Administration at MSUM, Public Safety partnered with the Student Senate to mobilize students to cast the necessary votes.
Schools have been…
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