The Women’s Campus Safety Grant funding is available to any individual or group from the university community to enhance safety for women at the University of Guelph. The funding can be used to implement findings from safety audits, to educate and inform students, faculty, and staff about safety and security issues and for programs and equipment that will address safety and security needs on campus.
Like it or not, the snow is coming.
Fall driving can be unpredictable because of weather changes and the end of daylight saving time. To be safe and aware on the roads this fall, follow these guidelines:
STEER CLEAR OF WET LEAVES - Wet leaves are slippery and reduce traction. Treat wet leaves the same way as you would for icy road surfaces.
The University of Guelph has named David Lee, a veteran with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), as director of Campus Community Police, Emergency Management and Fire Safety.
Safe Semester starts September 11
The Guelph Police Service - Fraud Unit would like to remind those looking to rent or those who have posted a property for rent to take extra care to protect themselves from becoming the victim of an online Rental Scams.
Whether you are renting the property or looking to rent – DEAL IN PERSON and NOT through EMAIL.
Rental scams can vary, but here are three common scenarios:
The University of Guelph will welcome nearly 5,000 new students into campus residences this fall.
Some students will move in Friday, Sept. 4; expect minor traffic disruptions that day.
Official move-in day and Orientation Week kickoff is Saturday, Sept. 5. Gordon Street between Stone Road and College Avenue will be accessible only to students between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Only new students will have access to McGilvray Road, South and East Ring roads and Dundas Lane, as well as parking lots P31, P13, P17, P18 and P19.
We have been experiencing an increased number of bicycle thefts on campus
Please remember to lock your bike with a quality U-lock, not a cable or chain lock which can be easily cut.
If you see anyone suspicious around bicycles or at bicycle racks, please contact us without delay.
If you have any information regarding the above bulletin please contact the Campus Community Police at 824-4120 ext.52245, 519-840-5000 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS
The University has 2,500 on campus parking spots for bicycles. Most cyclists who lock their bike on campus are very proactive and lock their bicycles to racks. However, many do not realize that the lock they are using could be easily cut. Cable or chain locks are not as effective as they look. Many of these locks can be cut easily with bolt cutters or tin snips.