Celebrating Success: UNLV Leadership Signs Pledge of Collaboration with CSUN
UNLV President Len Jessup, Executive Vice President and Provost Diane Chase, and CSUN President Chris Roys this week signed a Joint Pledge of Collaboration.
The pledge recognizes a mutual commitment by the administration and student leadership to continue collaborating on issues of that affect undergraduate students. It also emphasizes the importance of communication and responsiveness between students and the administration.
“This has been a great relationship,” Jessup said during Monday’s signing ceremony. “I’m really proud of the collaborative spirit we have with our students… This isn’t just a document, it’s a partnership.”
Roys echoed Jessup’s sentiments, adding that the pledge could “be a great example for universities around the country for getting things done.”
Chase lauded CSUN for its leadership and its willingness to pitch in with funding for resources that benefit students and the campus in general, including making headway on improvements to the RebelSafe app, which provides campus safety notifications and emergency alerts.
“We’re here because having a strong relationship with CSUN allows us to do the kinds of things that make UNLV better,” she said. “We do better together.”
The pledge affirms the administration will continue to support CSUN in its mission and to be forthright with information on issues affecting undergraduate student health, safety, welfare and education. It also affirms CSUN will continue to support the UNLV Top Tier Initiative and represent the university in a manner that brings pride and respect to UNLV.