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Safety Message: Rape

Posted on Tuesday, March 12th, 2019 by University Police under Archived, Safety Message.

This is a UNCG Safety Message for a crime that occurred on or near the campus. We are sending this message in order for you to protect yourself and others in our community and to notify you that there may be an ongoing threat to the campus.

Date Occurred: 03/12/2019, Date Reported: 03/12/2019

Summary: On 03/12/2019 at 10:02 AM, a female UNCG student reported that at approximately 1:00 AM she was in her residence hall with the individuals described below when she was raped. The individuals had accompanied a mutual friend to campus. The individuals involved in the incident have now been identified by UNCG Police. Anyone with information about this incident should contact the UNCG Police Department.

Suspects:

Suspect 1: Nick - 6 feet 2 inches, 200 lbs, muscular build, short black hair, facial hair, African American male with a dark complexion, wearing a white collared shirt, gray jacket, and dark black jeans.

Suspect 2: Corey - 5 feet 10 inches, 160 lbs, muscular build, medium length black hair, African American male with a medium complexion and facial piercing, wearing glasses, long sleeve gray shirt, ripped jeans, and dark shoes.

Suspect 3: Shakoy - 6 feet tall, 180 lbs, stocky build, short facial hair, African American male with a light complexion, wearing a white t-shirt, red jacket, blue jeans, beige hat, and white shoes.

Suspect Vehicle: Red 2011 Mazda 6, dark tinted windows, black rims, NC Registration PCX4736

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Safety and Wellness Resources

This information is being released in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The Clery Act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to keep and disclose information about crime on and near their respective campuses, including timely warnings of crimes that may represent a threat to the safety of students or employees. To learn more about the Clery Act visit http://clery.uncg.edu.

Ice Potential Wednesday Morning

Posted on Tuesday, February 19th, 2019 by Kenny Stewart under Archived, Emergency Management, Weather Alerts.

Posted 2/19/2019 @ 9:00 AM

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory from 7 PM tonight until noon Wednesday. A wintry mix of snow, sleet, and rain is expected for our area. The wintry mix is projected to change to freezing rain after midnight with light ice accumulations of less than 1/10 of an inch in our area. Hazardous travel conditions may be seen especially on elevated surfaces such as bridges and overpasses.

 

Ice Potential Wednesday Morning

Posted on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 by Zachary R. Smith under Archived, Emergency Management, Weather Alerts.
Posted 1/22/19 @ 8:00 AM

A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued starting at midnight tonight (Tuesday, 1/22) through 10 AM Wednesday morning. There is the potential for patchy light freezing rain and a light glaze of ice may form impacting the morning commute. Elevated surfaces (bridges, sidewalks, etc.) will be the most impacted. Please allow plenty of commute time in the morning and watch your step. By 9 AM Wednesday temperatures will get above freezing and begin to melt any ice that formed overnight.

Winter Weather Update

Posted on Sunday, January 13th, 2019 by Zachary R. Smith under Archived, Emergency Management, Weather Alerts.
Posted 1/13/2019 @ 3:36 PM

Dear UNCG Community,

After experiencing some freezing rain across the UNCG region this morning, conditions have generally improved as temperatures have risen, and impacts to our campus and community have been relatively limited. However, freezing temperatures overnight could still create difficult travel conditions, especially early in the morning. Black ice and slick areas can be a hazard. Please pay close attention to all relevant local weather and road condition information when making any travel plans.

Based on current conditions, this is our last communication concerning this weather event. UNCG will operate as normal and classes will begin tomorrow (Monday). We recognize your local conditions may vary, so we ask employees to be in contact with their supervisors and students with their faculty if there are any specific issues.

Thank you.

Winter Weather Update

Posted on Sunday, January 13th, 2019 by Kenny Stewart under Archived, Emergency Management, Weather Alerts.
Posted 1/13/2019 @ 6:40 AM

Dear UNCG Community,

As anticipated, some winter weather is currently moving through the UNCG area. In Greensboro, we anticipate freezing rain may continue through the morning. Temperatures are expected to rise above freezing later today as the rain moves through.
This sort of weather can create challenging travel conditions, power outages, and other issues. Please be careful when traveling on the roads and across campus. Black ice and slick areas can be a hazard. Please also pay close attention to all relevant local weather and road condition information when making any travel plans.

Based on conditions on campus at this time, we are not canceling or postponing any events or activities, and all services will operate as normal. We recognize your local conditions may vary, so we ask employees to be in contact with their supervisors if there are any specific issues. We will communicate again by  5:00 p.m. today (Sunday) with any updates related to Monday classes and operations. Please continue to check your email and monitor our social channels and Spartan Alerts for all the latest updates.

Thank you.

Winter Weather Update

Posted on Saturday, January 12th, 2019 by Zachary R. Smith under Archived, Emergency Management, Weather Alerts.
Posted 1/12/2019 @ 4:00 PM

Dear UNCG Community,

We continue to receive updates on a winter weather event that is likely to have some impact on the Triad and other areas of North Carolina this weekend.  The UNCG area is currently under a winter storm warning.  The latest forecasts indicate that snow and freezing rain may begin impacting our area at around 10:00 p.m. on Saturday and that precipitation could continue through Sunday.  We do not expect significant snowfall, but ice is the primary concern.  This sort of weather can create hazardous travel conditions, power outages, and other issues.

We urge everyone in the UNCG community — students, faculty, and staff — to exercise extreme caution when traveling and make any necessary plans and preparations now in advance of adverse weather hitting our area.  Please be careful when moving around campus and watch for slick spots and ice as weather changes.  Please also pay close attention to all relevant local weather and road condition information when making your plans.

At this time, we are not canceling or postponing any events or activities, but we will make additional decisions Sunday morning based on conditions.  We will provide another update by around 7:00 a.m. on Sunday.  Please continue to check your email and monitor our social channels and Spartan Alerts for all the latest updates.

Thank you.

Weather Alert: Potential Winter Weather

Posted on Thursday, January 10th, 2019 by Zachary R. Smith under Archived, Emergency Management, Weather Alerts.
Posted 1/10/2019 @ 1:30 PM

Dear UNCG Community,

We are currently monitoring a potential winter weather event that could bring freezing rain and/or snow to our region this weekend.  Most forecasts currently indicate this weather is likely to reach Greensboro on Sunday, but there is still significant uncertainty about the details (timing, type, and magnitude), as is often the case with winter weather in North Carolina.

This sort of weather, however, could make travel difficult, especially on Sunday and possibly into Monday.  We know many students are now making plans to return to campus and to our community in preparation for the upcoming semester.  We encourage you to strongly consider returning before Sunday to minimize any weather-related travel complications.  Please also pay close attention to all relevant local weather and road condition information when making your plans.

All campus facilities and services are open and operational as planned, including dining, health services, and other functions.  At this time, we are not canceling or postponing any events or activities.  We will monitor the situation closely, however, and communicate updates as needed.  We will provide an update by 5:00 p.m. on Sunday evening should the weather impact the beginning of classes and other campus operations on Monday.

Please continue to check your email and monitor our social channels and Spartan Alerts for all the latest updates.

Thank you.

Kaplan Center

Posted on Wednesday, December 12th, 2018 by Zachary R. Smith under Archived, Weather Alerts.
Posted 12/12/18 @ 10 AM

Kaplan Center will be open from 10am-8pm on Wednesday, December 10th.

WINTER STORM

Posted on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 by University Police under Archived, Weather Alerts.
UNCG will remain at Condition 2 until 10 AM Wednesday, at which time we will resume normal operations. Please visit spartanalert.uncg.edu for more information.

Winter Weather Update

Posted on Tuesday, December 11th, 2018 by Zachary R. Smith under Archived, Weather Alerts.
Posted 12/11/18 @ 4 PM

Dear UNCG Community,

Weather conditions across our region are improving, and work on the UNCG campus to restore full operations as quickly and safely as possible continues. We should have sunshine and melting of snow and ice during the day. However, based on current forecasts, we expect some overnight refreezing, which could make early morning travel conditions more challenging.

To best ensure the safety of our campus community and those who travel to UNCG, we will remain at Condition 2 of the adverse weather policy until 10:00 a.m. Wednesday at which time we will resume normal, full operations. This means:

  • Mandatory Staff report per regular schedule.
  • University offices will officially open at 10 a.m.
  • Non-mandatory employees should use their discretion in determining their ability to report safely to work. If any employee has specific issues or concerns regarding their ability to travel to campus, they should contact their supervisor.
  • Details on time management and leave policy are available here.
Even as our crews work tirelessly to get UNCG ready, please be aware that there could still be patches of ice and slippery conditions around campus, so please navigate with caution. Additionally, faculty and staff are encouraged not to park on the streets so crews can continue to safely and efficiently clear snow. All permit types will be valid in surface lots. Deck parking as available will be complimentary.
As always, please pay attention to all relevant local weather and road condition information and continue to monitor your email and Spartan Alerts for the latest information from UNCG.

Thank you.