Monitoring ongoing demonstrations in Baltimore
For emergency assistance
Contact campus police at 410-617-5911
April 27, 2015
11 p.m. update
- All undergraduate, academic internships should be completed by today (4/27).
- With that in mind and in light of the current circumstances in Baltimore City, please do not go to any internship sites tomorrow (4/28).
- See your professor, department chair, or dean if you have any questions regarding the end of the semester and internships.
Out of an abundance of caution due to ongoing unrest in Baltimore City, Loyola University Maryland is adding the following security measures in addition to normal public safety operations:
- All of Loyola’s available campus police officers have been called into work.
- Loyola is working with Baltimore City police in the Northern District and keeping police informed of any emergencies should they occur.
- In the event of any escalation in activity in the area, the city will allocate more resources to the Northern District.
- Students are asked to be mindful of the Mayor’s curfew, which goes into effect Tuesday night from 10 p.m. - 5 a.m.
Loyola’s campus remains safe, and the health and safety of our community continues to be our top priority.
Loyola will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates when appropriate. To report an emergency, please call campus police at 410-617-5911.
9:45 update ALL CLEAR: CVS is all clear, as well as the rest of campus. As a precaution avoid York Road area. Updates to follow.
9 p.m. update Public disturbance at CVS on York Road creating unsafe conditions. Stay indoors. Stay away from the area.
5 p.m. update
Due to the unpredictable nature of the events that are occurring in downtown Baltimore, students are advised to stay on or near campus this evening. While the current events are not near campus, students should exercise caution during this time, as city officials are expecting heavy traffic congestion in downtown Baltimore and in the area of Mondawmin Mall throughout the evening. All members of the Loyola community are encouraged to avoid these areas if possible, and if not, allow additional travel time and watch for heavy vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
Loyola will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as appropriate.
If you have any questions or concerns please call campus police at 410-617-5911.
This page will be updated with alerts and emergency information during incidents that affect the Loyola University Maryland community. Students, parents, faculty, staff, and administrators are encouraged to sign up for text alerts through e2Campus, connect with Loyola on Facebook, and follow Loyola on Twitter for immediate information during an emergency.
For information about security and fire safety at Loyola please read the Annual Security and Fire Report (Clery Act).