Parking Information

REMINDER: From December 1st through March 31st there is no overnight parking on the 4th floor of either garage. The 4th floors will also be closed during and right after snow storms to facilitate snow removal.  When a parking ban is lifted residential students have 4 hours to remove their vehicles from the 2nd floor of the Shakespeare Garage.  We strongly encourage all students to move their vehicles back to available open air parking lots so there is room in the garages for commuter student parking.

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Police Information

The Eastern Police Department would like to thank everyone that helped make the 19th COPS Open Rec. Night a success!

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Crime Advisory

November 3, 2014.  The Willimantic areas near campus have experienced several car break-ins in recent weeks.  Please make sure to lock your vehicle and remove any valuables or keep them out of sight if they must remain in the car.

October 20, 2014. Willimantic has experienced 2 convenience store robberies on Main St. in the past three days.  Please use caution in these areas.

On October 14, 2014 at 1:30 p.m., a student walking on High St. witnessed an indecent exposure.  The suspect was described as a Hispanic male in his 40′s or early 50′s, mustache, circular silver glasses and a red baseball cap.  He was driving an older model army green Jeep Liberty with CT plates.  The student ran and was not hurt or followed by the suspect. The Willimantic Police are investigating. Please contact the Eastern Police if you see this vehicle or suspect in the area or on campus.

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Timely Warnings

On October 5th at 2:28 a.m., a residential student reported that he had been assaulted and robbed by a group of light and dark skinned males near the ramp area in front of the Sports Center. He stated his cell phone was stolen. The student was alone at the time.  The University Police are investigating the allegations.

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.

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