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Sexual assault on campus

Sexual assault reported on campus

At approximately midnight Monday, April 27, 2015, a sexual assault was reported on the Missouri S&T campus. A female student was approached by a slender dark-complected male who was approximately 6 feet tall with brown hair and brown eyes wearing blue jeans and a black and gray hoodie. The suspect asked the girl for a kiss. She approached to give him a hug. He hugged her and then touched her inappropriately. She broke away and ran to her car to report the incident to Missouri S&T Police.

As always, our students, faculty and staff are our top priority. University Police reminds students to always be aware of their surroundings, and to remember that there is safety in numbers. Missouri S&T encourages prompt reporting of all types of assault or misconduct.

The S&T Police Department offers safety escorts 24 hours a day to students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. If you feel unsafe on campus, call 341-4300 to request a safety escort. Report your location and an on-duty officer or security guard will come and escort you safely to your car or another on-campus location.

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