Clean Campus Crew
Being part of a team, developing leadership skills, and simply
doing their part are reasons why six MTSU students have chosen to
be part of the first I'm One! Clean Campus Crew.
As part of the Tennessee's Best program
these MTSU students will walk selected areas on campus helping to
pick up litter and removing signs posted on lampposts, trees, and
other areas not approved for signage. They were selected for the
team when they responded to a request from the Financial Aid office
asking students who had work-study scholarships if they wanted to
be part of the Clean Campus Crew. Each student will be assisting
Grounds Services by canvassing their areas twice a week.
David Gray, assistant vice president Facilities Services, is
pleased these students will be putting in some "sweat
equity"; in hopes of inspiring students and others in the
University community to want to have the cleanest, prettiest and
best campus in the state.
"We are pleased that these students want to assist MTSU in
keeping our campus clean,"; Gray said. "Our people work
hard in many areas to keep our campus as attractive as possible,
but it is a very big job. If all 23,000 students assist in this
effort then it would make a big difference.";
Mildred Osteen Bledsoe