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1 Innovation Way............. H7 4 Kent Way...................... E3 5 Courtney Street............ G4 9 Innovation Way.............H6 12 West Delaware Avenue.D3 24 Kent Way.................... E3 28 West Delaware Avenue............................D3 30 West Delaware Avenue............................D3 31 Amstel Avenue............ E3 34 West Delaware Avenue.D3 42 East Delaware Avenue.D4 44 Kent Way.................... E3 77-79 East Delaware Avenue............................ E4 87 East Main Street.........D4 125 East Delaware Avenue.D4 148-150 South College Avenue............................ E3 186 South College Avenue.E3 196 South College Avenue.F3 200 Academy Street........ E4 231 South College Avenue.F3 314 Wyoming Road............F5 401 Academy Street.........F4 413 Academy Street......... G4 461 Wyoming Road...........F7 850 Library Avenue...........E7 Academy Building............D4 Alfred Lerner Hall............ E3 Alison Hall........................F4 Alison Hall West................F4 Allen Biotechnology Laboratory.......................J5 Alpha Gamma Rho........... E5 Alpha Phi......................... E3 Alpha Sigma Alpha........... B3 Alpha Xi Delta..................D2 Alumni Hall......................D3 Amy du Pont Music Building........................... E2 Amy Rextrew House......... G3 Art Studio Building...........D3 Baptist Student Ministry.. E3 Bayard Sharp Hall............D2 Belmont Hall.................... D1 Bob Carpenter Sports/ Convocation Center......... L4 Bob Hannah Stadium.......K4 Bookstore........................F4 Brown Hall.......................D3 Brown Lab....................... E4 Cannon Hall......................F4 Carpenter Sports Building...........................D4 Catholic Campus Ministry.E4 Center for Black Culture...F3 Center for Composite Materials......................... E4 Chabad House..................F3 Chi Omega....................... B3 Christiana Towers Apartments..................... A2 Clayton Hall..................... B2 Colburn Lab..................... E4

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Computing Center............ F6 Conover Apartments........ E2 Courtyard Newark at UD.. B2 Dairy Unit......................... I4 Delaware Biotechnology Institute..........................H6 Delaware Field House......K4 Delaware Geological Survey..............................F4 Delaware Stadium............K4 Dickinson Complex...........E1 Drake Hall....................... E4 Du Pont Hall.................... E4 Early Learning Center.......F7 East Hall.......................... E4 Ed Fine Building...............D2 Elliott Hall.......................D3 English Language Institute..........................D2 Episcopal Campus Ministry........................... G3 Evans Hall........................ E4 Ewing Hall........................ E3 Fischer Greenhouse Laboratory.......................J4 General Services Building.G6 George Evans House........D3 George Read Hall............. B2 Gore Hall......................... E3 Graduate House...............D2 Graham Hall..................... E4 Greenhouse......................J4 Harrington Complex..........F4 Harter Hall......................D3 Hartshorn Hall................. G4 Hillel Student Center....... E3 Hullihen Hall.................... E3 Ice Arena Fred Rust..........J4 Ice Arena Gold..................J4 Ice Skating Science Development Ctr...............J4 Independence Hall........... B2 Institute of Energy Conversion.......................F7 James Smith Hall............. B3 Jastak-Burgess Hall.........D3 Kappa Alpha.................... E3 Kappa Alpha Theta.......... B2 Kappa Delta Rho..............F5 Kappa Sigma...................H4 Kent Hall..........................F4 Kirkbride Hall.................. E3 Lambda Chi Alpha............D2 Lammot du Pont Laboratory...................... E4 Lane Hall..........................F4 Laurel Hall....................... G4 Library Annex Building.....G6 Lutheran Student Association.......................F5 McDowell Hall..................D3 McKinly Lab..................... E4 Mechanical Hall...............D3 Memorial Hall.................. E3 Mitchell Hall.................... E3

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Morris Library..................F3 Munroe Hall.....................D3 New Castle Hall................F4 Newton Poultry Building.... I4 Ocean Engineering Lab......F4 Old College......................D3 Outdoor Pool....................J4 PTTP Scene Shop............. F6 Pearson Hall.................... E4 Pencader Dining Hall........ B2 Penny Hall........................F4 Perkins Student Center....F4 Presbyterian Campus Ministry...........................D2 President’s House............ E3 Print Studio.....................D3 Purnell Hall...................... E3 Raub Hall.........................D3 Ray Street Complex......... C3 Recitation Hall.................D3 Recitation Hall Annex......D3 Rees Hall.........................D4 Robinson Hall...................F3 Rodney Complex.............. E2 Roselle Center for the Arts................................. E2 Fred P. Rullo Stadium....... L4 Russell Complex...............F5 Sharp Hall........................D3 Sharp Lab........................ E3 Sigma Alpha Epsilon......... G4 Sigma Kappa................... E5 Sigma Phi Epsilon............ C2 Smith Hall........................ E3 Smyth Hall........................F4 Solar House......................F5 Spencer Lab.................... E4 Squire Hall....................... G4 Stearns Lab......................I6 Student Services Building.E4 Sussex Hall.......................F4 Sypherd Hall....................D3 Taylor Hall.......................D3 Thomas McKean Hall....... B2 Thompson Hall..................F4 Townsend Hall...................J4 Trabant University Center.............................D3 Track/Soccer Stadium......K5 UD Emergency Care Unit Garage..............................F5 University Farmhouse....... I4 University Visitors Center..............................F3 Warner Hall..................... G3 Webb Farm....................... I7 Wesley Foundation Campus Ministry..............D4 Willard Hall Education Building...........................D3 Wolf Hall.......................... E4 Worrilow Hall....................J4 Wyoming Road Complex...G6

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This Walkabout map is provided as a service to the University by the Department of Public Safety

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER—The University of Delaware is committed to assuring equal opportunity to all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, genetic information, age, religion, national origin, veteran or disability status, or sexual orientation in its educational programs, activities, admissions or employment practices as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statutes. Inquiries concerning the above should be referred to the Office of Equity and Inclusion, (302) 831-8735, located at 305 Hullihen Hall. • 30/30M/9-09/W

Campus Safety and Security

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he University is committed to providing a safe and healthful environment. The Departments of Public Safety, Environmental Health and Safety, and Facilities have developed the following information to help you address your safety and security needs. Additional information can be found at www.udel.edu/emergency.

PERSONAL SECURITY 1. Always be aware of your surroundings and use good judgment. Show a confident attitude and be alert. Follow common-sense precautions at all times. 2. Remember that University Police, assisted by Student Police Aides, regularly patrol the campus in vehicles, on bicycles and on foot during late-night hours. They are available for assistance when needed. 3. Avoid walking alone at night. Walk with a group or ride a University shuttle bus. Take note of the locations of the more than 200 blue light phones around the campus that connect you directly to Public Safety. Public Safety’s escort program is also available during hours of darkness to students, faculty, and staff, when you need to walk alone after dark. This program covers any University property or con-

tiguous street and specific areas off campus that immediately border the Hen After Ten bus route. Student Police Aides utilize the University’s bus service as the primary mode of transportation. Information regarding the University's late night bus service, Hen After Ten, can be found at: www.udel.edu/transportation/ud_route/hen.html. 4. Keep doors locked (rooms and vehicles). Do not prop open residence hall doors. This is an invitation for trespassers. 5. Do not lend keys, ID or building access cards to anyone — even friends. Lending an access card is a violation of residence hall regulations and could result in eviction from the residence halls. 6. Immediately report all maintenance problems, such as broken locks and windows. 7. Attend security awareness programs held on campus to gain valuable information. 8. Use crosswalks and pedestrian crossing signals to cross streets. 9. Especially for women, Public Safety offers the RAD (Rape Aggression Defense) program, a 15-hour course taught by trained members of the Department of Public Safety.

RAILROAD SAFETY: CAUTION – Tracks are for trains. A word of advice for students — and anyone else — considering walking on or next to the railroad tracks: “Don’t!” Members of the University community are reminded to cross the tracks at designated crossing sites and to observe the signal warnings at these crossings. Walking on the railroad tracks is not only unsafe, it’s also illegal. According to the City of Newark ordinances, individuals who go on the railroad tracks — other than at marked and identified public crossings–are guilty of trespassing. Fines for first-time violations can range from $100 to $500.

CRIME PREVENTION 1. Be aware of campus and local crime trends. News of incidents in the areas around the University are reported on UDaily (www. udel.edu/udaily), and statistics are available at Public Safety’s Web site: www.udel.edu/PublicSafety. 2. Report all suspicious activity by calling 911 from on or off campus. Timely reports of information make it easier for police to gather critical evidence and also increase the odds of recovering stolen property and successfully prosecuting a criminal. 3. Identify all valuables. Register computers, bicycles and stereos with Public Safety. 4. Keep informed. The University’s philosophy is to fully publicize campusrelated crime to ensure that the University community is made aware of public health and safety issues. This will allow the surrounding community to make decisions about their own safety and take necessary precautions. For up-todate reports, visit UDaily at www.udel.edu/udaily. A special service sends an e-mail whenever news about crime is posted on UDaily. To subscribe, go to: www.udel.edu/udaily/ subscribe.html.

5. In keeping with this philosophy, and in keeping with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, information about campus security programs, recommended personal safety practices, the authority of the University Police, campus disciplinary procedures and campus crime statistics for the most recent three-year period are available online at www.udel.edu/PublicSafety or may be requested from the University of Delaware Department of Public Safety, Crime Prevention Unit, Newark, DE 197164210. 6. Jeanne Clery Award UD received the Jeanne Clery Campus Safety Award, a national award that honors schools and

individuals that have done extraordinary things to make students safe. Established in memory of a Lehigh University freshman who was murdered in her dormitory in 1986, the award is given by Security on Campus Inc., which was organized by Howard and Connie Clery, Jeanne’s parents, to further the cause of campus safety. 7. If you are a crime victim, report the crime to the police as soon as possible. Detailed descriptions of the suspects are invaluable to the investigators, as are details such as license plate numbers or types of vehicles.



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