USGTC Camps Canceled

We regret to announce the cancellation of USGTC camps for the summer of 2018. The last-minute cancelation is the result of the USGTC's delayed/missing application to South Hadley's Board of Health. Mount Holyoke College recognizes the deep inconvenience this will cause families and participants who were hoping to attend the camp.

March2017

March
On March 29 at 11:23 pm officers responded to Prospect hall for a report of Harrassment. A student was provided information on trespass orders and domestic violence rights (1701-285-OF). Case Open.
On March 29 at 9:06 pm officers responded to Blanchard campus center for a medical emergency. A student was evaluated and transported to the hospital for additional care (1701-284-OF).
On March 29 at 12:30 pm officers responded to the art building for a report of a Larceny. A student reports a missing bike (1701-282-OF). Case Open
On March 29 at 11:23 am officers respnded to Brigham hall for a well-being check. A student was evaluated and offered a ride to health services but declined (1701-281-OF).
On March 28 at 7:39 am officers responded to 1837 hall for a report of vadalism. A south facing side of the building had been tagged with a spray painted symbol (1701-279-OF). Case Open.
On March 27 at 11:55 pm officers responded to Kendade hall for a medical emergency. A student was evaluated and transported to the hospital for additional care (1701-275-OF).
On March 26 at 2:15 am officers responded to South Rockefeller hall for a medical emergency. A student was evaluated and refused further treatment (1701-271-OF).
On March 26 at 12:26 am officers responded to Abbey hall for a medical emergency. A student was evaluated and transported to the hospital for additional care (1701-269-OF).
On March 25 at 9:03 pm officers responded to Macgregor hall for a medical emergency. A student was evaluated and refused further treatment (1701-268-OF).
On March 25 at 2:43 pm officers responded to Abbey hall for a report of a Larceny. A student reports five pairs of riding pants stolen from the washing machine (1701-267-OF). Case Open.
On March 25 at 12:59 am officers responded to Prospect hall for a college policy violation. A referral was completed (1701-266-OF).
On March 23 at 4:14 am officers were dispatched to 1837 Hall for a medical emergency.  The student was assessed and transported to the hospital (1701-259-OF).

On March 22 at 7:55 pm officers were dispatched to Prospect Hall for a well-being check on a student.  The student was determined to be fine (1701-256-) OF).

On March 20 at 8:14 pm officers were asked to do a well-being check on a student.  The student was determined to be fine.  (1701-248-OF).

On March 17 at 7:42 am officers responded to Kendall Hall for a fire alarm.  The cause was determined to be a piece of equipment that was malfunctioning (1701-245-OF).
On March 15 at 8:24 pm officers responded to Clapp Hall for a fire alarm.  The cause was determined to be a piece of equipment that was malfunctioning in an academic space.  The equipment was disconnected (1701-238-OF).
On March 15 at 12:03 pm officers responded to Creighton Hall for a fire alarm. The cause was determined to be cooking smoke (1701-235-OF).

On March 15 at 10:20 am a student entered the campus police office for a medical emergency.  The student was assessed and was transported to the hospital (1701-234-OF).

On March 15 at 12:33 am officers responded to MacGregor for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and was transported to the hospital (1701-233-OF).
 
On March 14 at 3:17 am officers responded to Mead Hall for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and was transported to the hospital (1701-230-OF).

On March 13 at 11:35 pm officers were asked to do a well-being check on a student.  The student was determined to be fine.  (1701-229-OF).

On March 13 at 4:42 am officers responded to MacGregor Hall for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and was transported to the hospital (1701-226-OF).
On March 9 at 1:21 pm officers responded to Creighton Hall for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and was transported to Health Services (1701-213-OF).
On March 9 at 10:32 am officers responded to Facilities Management lot for a report of a vehicle striking another vehicle while backing up (1701-7-AC).
On March 8 at 2:07 pm officers responded to Prospect lot for a report of a hit and run motor vehicle accident.  A vehicle was struck by another vehicle that left the scene (1701-6-AC).

On March 8 at 2:43 pm a student reported fraudulent charges on her credit card (1701-208-OF). Case Open.
On March 8 at 4:33 am officers responded to Brigham Hall for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and was transported to the hospital by ambulance (1701-206-OF).
On March 8 at 3:46 am officers responded to Safford Hall for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and declined further attention (1701-205-OF).
On March 5 at 8:25 am officers checking Mary Woolley Hall found a stall in the men's room was vandalized (1701-193-OF). Case Open.
 
On March 5 at 2:12 am officers responded to Wilder Hall for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and transported to the hospital (1701-192-OF).
 
On March 4 at 7:06 pm officers responded to South Mandelle Hall for a fire alarm. The cause was determined to be a seized belt on an exhaust fan (1701-191-OF).
 
On March 4 at 4:19 pm officers spoke with some students regarding concerns they had (1701-190-OF).
 
On March 3 at 8:07 pm officers responded to Mary Woolley Hall for a medical emergency. A student was assessed and declined further medical treatment (1701-185-OF). 

On March 2 at 12:36 am a student reported being a victim of a scam. The scam involved the student being hired for a position and depositing a check then wiring money (1701-182-OF). Case Open.
On March 2 at 4:42  pm officers responded to Wilder Hall for an investigation (1701-184-OF).
 
On March 1 at 4:12 am officers responded to the area of College and Morgan Streets for a report of a male who was yelling. He indicated he was upset because he could not get an Uber to get to Amherst (1701-178-OF).