UL Lafayette closed Monday, student services open

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will be closed on Monday, Aug. 15. Areas that support students, such as housing, residential life, food services, health services, orientation, advising, registration, cashiers, and financial aid, will be open.

Essential personnel are required to report to work on Monday.

The University will reopen on Tuesday, Aug. 16, with full operations resuming at 7:30 a.m.

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UL Lafayette freshmen residence hall move-in postponed

Operation Move-In, the plan for freshmen to move into the residence halls originally set for Sunday, August 14, at University of Louisiana at Lafayette has been postponed. The new date will be announced by the end of today, based on guidance from state and local authorities.

Students should not travel to the University residence halls until further notice. Students are encouraged to check the Housing website and University email for updates, including when the move-in will be rescheduled.

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Notice to the Campus Community from University Police

On Aug. 9 at approximately 8 p.m., a 31-year-old black male weighing approximately 200 lbs. escaped from University Hospital & Clinics on West Congress St. He was last seen wearing a paper hospital gown.

He was believed to be headed toward Cajundome Blvd. and the Picard Center. If you see this individual, please contact 911.

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. If you observe suspicious activity or unsafe conditions, call University Police immediately at 337-482-6447, or dial 911 from any University phone, or press the call button on a Code Blue emergency phone. You can report anonymous tips to University Police at 482-2TIP (2-2847) or through the Rave Guardian app at http://police.louisiana.edu/staying-safe/rave-guardian-app

STAY SAFE. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to stay current with the University’s Emergency Notification System by logging onto ULink and verifying your contact information. Youalso can use the Rave Guardian app on mobile phones to check-in with guardians and utilize the panic button. See more at http://police.louisiana.edu/staying-safe/rave-guardian-app

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Notice to the Campus Community from University Police

Crime Alert: Burgarly

On August 7, 2016 at approximately 4:09 p.m., UL Police were called to Legacy Park Apartments, Thibodeaux Building, in reference to a burglary. Entry had been made by smashing a window with a rock. Entry also was made into the individual bedrooms. Electronics and clothing items were taken. The occupants had been away. It is not known exactly when the burglary took place.

If you have any information, contact the UL Police department at 337-482-6447.

This information is being provided in an effort to comply with the federal Jeanne Clery Act

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. If you observe suspicious activity or unsafe conditions, call University Police immediately at 337-482-6447, or dial 911 from any University phone, or press the call button on a Code Blue emergency phone. You can report anonymous tips to University Police at 482-2TIP (2-2847) or through the Rave Guardian app at http://police.louisiana.edu/staying-safe/rave-guardian-app

STAY SAFE. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to stay current with the University’s Emergency Notification System by logging onto ULink and verifying your contact information. You also can use the Rave Guardian app on mobile phones to check-in with guardians and utilize the panic button. See more at http://police.louisiana.edu/staying-safe/rave-guardian-app

 

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Notice to the Campus Community from University Police

Crime Alert: Simple Robbery in Girard Park

On July 25, 2016, at approximately 6:23 p.m., Lafayette Police officers responded to Girard Park at the basketball court area in reference to a simple robbery complaint. The suspects were last seen headed toward the Oil Center. One white male suspect was described as approximately 5’10”, wearing a yellow shirt and dark green pants, and pushing a bicycle. The second white male suspect was described as approximately 5’10”, wearing a blue/gray shirt, blue pants, a baseball style cap and has a beard. At this time, officers were unable to locate the suspects.

This information is being provided in an effort to comply with the federal Jeanne Clery Act.

SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING. If you observe suspicious activity or unsafe conditions, call University Police immediately at 337-482-6447, or dial 911 from any University phone, or press the call button on a Code Blue emergency phone. You can report anonymous tips to University Police at 482-2TIP (2-2847) or through the Rave Guardian app at http://police.louisiana.edu/staying-safe/rave-guardian-app

STAY SAFE. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to stay current with the University’s Emergency Notification System by logging onto ULink and verifying your contact information. You also can use the Rave Guardian app on mobile phones to check-in with guardians and utilize the panic button. See more at http://police.louisiana.edu/staying-safe/rave-guardian-app

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Sunday street closures

Several roads will be closed adjacent to the University for the Zydeco Marathon Race on Sunday, March 13.

The run will begin at 7 a.m. on Jefferson St., Downtown Lafayette. Several streets will be closed that could affect movement around the UL campus. A section of Souvenir Gate, Coliseum Rd., and St. Landry St. between West St. Mary Blvd. and Coliseum Rd. will be closed. Also, several streets through or along the main campus will be closed, including E. St. Mary Blvd., Taft St., Rex St., E. Lewis St. and Girard Park Circle.

No vehicular traffic will be allowed to pass just prior to the marathon and during the race until it is complete. The UL Lafayette Police Department is advising motorists to avoid run areas, unless participating in or viewing the race.

See the map of the marathon route that will affect street closures on campus and in neighboring areas: http://www.zydecomarathon.com/racedetails.php

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Monitoring weather forecasts 3/9

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette is closely monitoring weather forecasts for impending thunderstorm conditions. There are no plans at this time to cancel classes or close the university. If any changes are warranted, or in the event of an immediate weather condition, the Emergency Notification System will be activated.

Individuals should use their best judgment and should not put themselves at risk during extreme weather conditions. Any student unable to attend class due to severe weather should contact the Dean of Students at 337-482-6276. Accommodations will be made for students with legitimate excuses for missing class.

Students, faculty and staff can update their ENS profile by logging into ULink. See more at: http://safety.louisiana.edu/r…/emergency-notification-system

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