Clayton State University is taking part in the STANLEY Convergent Security Solutions, Inc., “Together for Safer Schools” grant program for security equipment.
Grants from STANLEY for security equipment are to be awarded to colleges and universities based on the number of online votes received in support of each institution. That means, it’s up to you to support the Clayton State Office of Public Safety in this grant program. The voting for the STANLEY grants will close on Feb. 13, 2015.
According to STANLEY Marketing Manager Brittany Dupree, the Grant Program voting phase is off to a terrific start. It’s exciting that schools, campuses, parents, alumni, and communities are rallying together to support an issue as important as campus safety and security.
The voting is done through the STANLEY website. Go to https://stanleysaferschools.com/Vote.
On the website, you’ll see instructions for three means for voting for Clayton State; the STANLEY website itself, text messaging, and Twitter.
It’s easy to vote. Follow the link above – it will ask for the school name and location – then enter the email address. If the person wants to vote daily, then there is a confirmation email to acknowledge.
To vote via text messaging: Type "clayton" to 334455. By texting you are agreeing to receive a confirmation reply by text message. Standard message and data rates apply. You can vote once per day per phone number. Consent is not required and is not a condition for purchase.
To vote Via Twitter: Tweet using both #STANLEYSecurity and #clayton. You can vote once per day per twitter handle. However, please note that your Twitter account must be public for the vote to count.