MARCY, N.Y. -- A student at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Marcy was found critically injured days later, the college confirmed in a campus-wide email on Wednesday.
According to university police, a student was discovered with serious injuries in her dorm room in the Adirondack Residence Hall and brought to the hospital. They believe she was injured on Saturday night, but was found days later.
State police are partnering with the campus police, and at this point, they say the investigation on the cause of her injuries is ongoing.
Officials don’t believe that there is any indication that there is a threat to others on campus.
Anyone who has information regarding the student’s injuries is asked to call university police at 315-792-7111.
SUNY Poly is also reminding those on campus to stay alert of their surroundings, and to travel and visit with people that are known and trusted. Blue light phones are installed throughout campus.
Tips on any potential campus crime can be reported at 315-792-7111 or anonymously on their website.
Students, faculty, and staff are being offered counseling, a crisis texting line, and an employee assistance program.
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