Tuesday, September 4
• Campus Safety was called to Sohre Hall for a medical assist.
Wednesday, September 5
• Collegiate Fellows responded to an alcohol violation in Uhler Hall involving seven students.
Thursday, September 6
• Campus Safety received a report of a theft from an unlocked office in Nobel Hall.
Friday, September 7
• Three Collegiate Fellows responded to an alcohol violation involving seven students in Norelius Hall.
Saturday, September 8
• Two students were cited for drug equipment violations, and one student was cited for drug/narcotic violations by Campus Safety in Norelius Hall.
Sunday, September 9
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in the Adolphson House. Five students were cited with underage consumption, and one student was cited with underage possession by Campus Safety.
• Campus Safety responded to a report of forcible sexual fondling which occurred on campus.
• Campus Safety responded to a bias incident at Arbor View Apartments.
Tip of the Week:
In the event of a campus emergency or when communication with you is imperative, Gustavus may seek to contact you through email, text, and/or telephone messages.
So that you can receive these messages, please provide your contact information through your account information emergency section or directly at https://gustavus.edu/go/emergency.
Information that is marked as private will only be used by the College to communicate with you and will not be made available to any third party. You may help save crucial time and more quickly receive vital information by providing your contact information and updating it whenever there are any changes.
You can also indicate who you want to be contacted in an emergency and/or if you go missing. This information is not publicly released, but emergency contacts could be a part of a wide-spread alert, or contacted according to your listed preference if you were to go missing.
Contact Lisa Octigan in the Campus Safety office if you have any questions about emergency communications or how to change your contact preferences.