Auden Albany, the student housing community serving the University of Albany, has announced that it has donated face masks to the university’s Chinese Student & Scholar Association. The donation of 200 face masks is part of Auden’s larger initiatives to donate masks to Albany students over the past month, including the university’s engineering program working on creating new personal protective equipment for healthcare workers.
Auden Albany’s goal is to continue supporting its student communities during the difficulties they face from the COVID-19 pandemic and to ensure that students have the resources and supplies they need to stay healthy and productive.
About Auden Albany
Auden Albany is one of the primary off-campus student housing communities at UAlbany, located just a block away from campus. Developed by NYC-based DMG Investments, Auden provides luxury student housing at affordable rates and focuses on providing high-end amenities to students such as fitness centers, study halls, game rooms, yoga studios and more. The community is also unique for the large, fully furnished apartment units that it offers that include private bathrooms, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and washers and dryers in the unit.
Auden Albany’s decision to donate 1,000 face masks was informed by its guiding principle of not just providing housing, but a community and contributing to protecting that community in its greatest times of need.
More about Auden Albany can be found at: https://www.audenalbany.com/