Monday, November 12
• A Campus Safety Officer responded to a medical assist at Nobel Hall.
• A student reported a theft of unsecured personal property from the Lund Center.
• A Collegiate Fellow responded to a noise violation in Norelius Hall.
Tuesday, November 13
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in Uhler Hall.
• Campus Safety received a report of a bike theft from the Southwest Hall bike rack. The bicycle was later recovered.
Wednesday, November 14
• A Gustavus student reported the theft of his laptop computer from Norelius Hall. The computer was later recovered.
Thursday, November 15
• Campus Safety responded to a report of a drug violation in Norelius hall involving two students.
Friday, November 16
• Campus Safety responded to Beck Hall for a medical assist.
• Collegiate Fellows responded to an alcohol violation in Norelius Hall involving one student and contacted Campus Safety for assistance.
Saturday, November 17
• Campus Safety responded to a possible drug narcotic violation in Sorensen Hall.
• Campus Safety received a report of a theft of an unlocked bicycle from the Pittman Hall bike rack. The bicycle was later recovered
Sunday, November 18
• Campus Safety responded to a verbal domestic dispute on College Grounds. Two students were cited for underage alcohol consumption.
• Campus Safety and a Collegiate Fellow responded to a possible alcohol violation in Sohre Hall involving one student.
• Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in the Lund Center.
Monday, November 19
• A Gustavus employee reported the theft of unsecured personal property from the Jackson Campus Center.
• A Gustavus employee reported the theft of Gustavus property from Southwest Hall.
Tuesday, November 20
• Three Gustavus students and five non-Gustavus students were cited for underage consumption while in Norelius Hall. One Gustavus student was cited for underage possession and a social host violation, and three non-Gustavus students were trespassed from campus.
Tip of the Week:
Snow Emergencies – Don’t get tagged or towed!
Snow Emergencies are declared by the City of Saint Peter. Once a Snow Emergency is declared, there is no parking on any of the posted snow emergency routes for the entire 48 hour period. (Even if the street has been plowed curb-to-curb there is NO PARKING.) Vehicles parked in violation of the snow emergency ordinance will be ticketed and towed (by the City) at the owner’s expense.
You can sign up to be notified of snow emergencies through the Nixle web page, more information is available on the City of Saint Peter web page:
Information about city snow emergencies and parking in off-campus municipal lots is also available on the St. Peter web page:
Campus Parking is enforced during snow emergencies. Green permit parking lots are always no parking 2am-7am, and one row of parking in the Stadium (Beck) lot is also marked No Parking 2am-7am. Green permit holders needing to leave a vehicle overnight can park in the Motor Pool lot. For students without a campus parking sticker, temporary passes are available for $5/weekday.