Monday, March 4
- No incidents reported
Tuesday, March 5
- Campus Safety found the odor of marijuana in Rundstrom Hall, students were in possession of paraphernalia and narcotics, 3 students referred to the campus conduct system.
Wednesday, March 6
- Campus Safety received a slip-and-fall report for at the bottom of the Library stairs.
Thursday, March 7
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm in Rundstrom Hall. The alarm was caused by a student cooking in the basement kitchen.
Friday, March 8
- Campus Safety responded to a medical assist in the Campus Center for a employee that fell. The employee was escorted to the hospital for further evaluations.
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm at South West Hall. The alarm was activated from cooking smoke.
Saturday, March 9
- Campus Safety was requested to perform a welfare check for a student. A student was referred to the campus conduct system.
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm in Uhler hall.
- Campus Safety responded to a fire alarm at North Hall that was intentionally set off.
Sunday, March 10
- A CF wrote a student of concern report after receiving text messages from a student about another student.
Note: Case dispositions are available online by viewing the daily crime log on the Campus Safety web page: https://gustavus.edu/safety/incidents/index.php
Tip of the Week:
Red (student) and Green (employee) permit parking enforcement begins 7am on the first day of classes and continues through Graduation.
A parking permit is required for students and staff to park on campus. Review parking information and make sure you know the regulations so you don’t get ticketed!
Common parking errors:
● Three-flags circle is no parking any time, even with flashers on ($50 citation).
● Green permit parking is no parking 2am-7am, 7 days a week ($30 citation).
● All parking in the Stadium/Beck parking lot is marked No Parking 2am-7am, 7 days a week ($30 citation).
● Visitor parking is closed to students and staff at all times ($30 citation).
● A vehicle is not registered until the permit is properly displayed on the vehicle (right-rear bumper).
● Permit holders must park within the signs on lots. Make sure you are parking with in the arrows on those signs so you do not block traffic lanes ($30 citation).
Contact the Campus Safety office 24 hours a day at 507-933-8888 with any parking related questions, or email the Campus Safety Administrative Assistant Angie Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org