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SafeZone for All enhances diversity at ATSU

February 28, 2014
Posted In: Faculty & Staff Headlines, Student Headlines, University Headlines

SafeZone for All is a program designed to reassure students, employees and community stakeholders that A.T. Still University is a safe and welcoming campus for everyone regardless of any human condition, characteristic, identity or circumstance with which they may identify.

If you have any questions about SafeZone for All or you would like to provide feedback, please contact Art Matthews, counselor, Learning Resources, Mary Voytek, assistant professor, Occupational Therapy, or Marsha Presley, academic success coordinator, School of Health Management.

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