University of Utah commits to new student safety plan
SALT LAKE CITY — The University of Utah is committing to a new plan to keep its students safe.
The University will spend more than 380-thousand dollars to enhance student safety.
This will include a new requirement that all students take an online sexual assault prevention course before enrolling in classes.
The plan also calls for a new campus safety website which will have tabs on sexual assault reporting.. and emergency and physical safety.
The university will also spend 125-thousand dollars to improve lighting on campus.
And campus police are working on adding more cameras on campus as well.
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