Timely Warnings


Please use caution especially when out at night. Always practice safe traveling measures both on and off campus. Walk with a partner whenever you can and let someone know where you are going.  As always, be vigilant and watchful of suspicious behavior or individuals on campus and notify Campus Police if you see something occurring that seems to be out of the ordinary.

Parking Information

FOR PARKING INFORMATION CALL 860-465-5502 (55502 FROM CAMPUS) during regular business hours.  After hours call the University Police at 860-465-5310 (55310 FROM CAMPUS).

PARKING TICKET APPEALS COMMITTEE: Parking Ticket Appeals must be filed within 10 days of receiving a parking ticket.  Appeals will be reviewed by this committee.  2015-16 committee members are:

Imna Arroyo (Department of Art and History); Harrison Brooks (Student); Michelle Delaney (Student Activities); Jeffrey Garewski (Public Safety); James Howarth (Finance and Administration); Bruce Johnston (Library); Ronald Lowy (Business Administration); Indira Petoskey (Continuing Education); Heidi Roberto (Library)

WEEKEND PARKING IN THE WEBB/SCIENCE LOTS: Just a reminder that the Webb/Science lots are reserved for faculty/staff at all times.

Crime Advisory

November 16, 2015

A student living on Chestnut Street reported to the Willimantic Police Department that her residence was entered by on Friday (11/14/2015) at 2:30 A.M. by an unknown intruder. She was sleeping at the time and awoke to see the male suspect in her room. The student then woke her roommate and another guest to see the intruder leave the home without a confrontation. Various items were taken from the residence.  No one was injured during the incident. The Willimantic Police are investigating. THIS IS A REMINDER TO KEEP YOUR DOORS AND WINDOWS SECURED NO MATTER WHERE YOU RESIDE.

September 23, 2015

A suspicious person has been seen on campus and just off campus in the area of Windham and Prospect Streets. The individual has approached students on several occasions and has followed them asking them for a cigarette.  He has not made physical contact with anyone that we are aware of.  The person was described as a White male, about 25 years old, scruffy facial hair, wearing a black or dark grey hoodie with white “Aeropostale” lettering and jeans. Please contact the University Police if you happen to see this person.