SGA leadership joins police in advising caution, vigilance

As UW-Green Bay Public Safety officers investigate a pair of reported on-campus assaults and keep members of the campus community informed with timely notification (read more), the Student Government Association weighed in late Friday afternoon (Sept. 12) with its own message to students. The text was as follows:

The UWGB Student Government would like to provide you with some helpful resources in light of recent incidents on campus. This behavior is completely unacceptable and by being a part of this campus we all assume some responsibility to help stop these violent actions. If you know something or see something, say something.

Use the resources available to all students on campus:
Public Safety (920) 465-2300 is available 24 hours. Call 911 in an Emergency.
Resident Assistants (RAs) live in every residential building on campus and are available to talk.
Counseling and Health Center is open 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. People are available to talk confidentially. Call them at (920) 465-2380.
Sexual Assault Center (920) 465-8899
Dean of Students Office (920) 465-2152

There is a safe walk program provided by Public Safety. They will escort you from anywhere to anywhere on campus, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call Public Safety’s number above. Public Safety urges you to follow these safety tips:
Always walk in groups… Stick to well-lit paths… Be aware of your surroundings… Report anything suspicious to Public Safety… Know the location of Blue Light Emergency Phones…. Call Public Safety for escort at night
Contact SGA at or
Public Safety

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