PRINCETON, New Jersey (WPVI) -- Crews continued the search for an undergraduate student missing from Princeton University on Wednesday.
"The Department of Public Safety is seeking information on the whereabouts of an undergraduate student, Misrach Ewunetie, who has been reported missing," Princeton University officials said on Twitter.
Ewunetie, 20, was last seen at about 3 a.m. on Friday, the school said.
On Wednesday morning, investigators searched the area near the Shea Rowing Center by watercraft. Investigators were also seen walking the banks of the lake.
"Anyone with information on her whereabouts should contact the Department of Public Safety at (609) 258-1000," the school said.
She was last seen near Scully Hall on the school's New Jersey campus, according to an alert sent to the Princeton community on Monday.
The university said as the search continues, increased law enforcement will be on campus, including boats, drones and helicopters.
"She is 5 feet, 4 inches tall and weighs 130 pounds. She has brown eyes, black hair and light brown complexion," the university said.
Ewunetie is a member of the class of 2024.
Wednesday afternoon W. Rochelle Calhoun, Vice President for Campus Life released the following statement:
"I've talked to the head of the Department of Public Safety (DPS), our campus law enforcement agency that is leading the investigation with the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office. Here is what we know: On Sunday night, October 16, DPS was notified by Misrach's family that they had not heard from her in several days. They requested that DPS conduct a well-being check. Since Sunday, DPS has been actively working with the Prosecutor's Office and with state and local police departments to follow all leads in the search for Misrach. On Monday, October 17, DPS issued a missing student Tiger Alert asking that anyone with information about Misrach's whereabouts contact them at 609-258-1000or by submitting an anonymous tip."
Princeton is on fall break this week, but students still on campus say they've been following the investigation.
"I believe she went missing right at the beginning of fall break. Which is a time when there's still lots of students on campus," said graduate student Noah Rawlings.
"I'm on the rowing team, so this morning I did see a lot of people on the water. Search and rescue teams looking for the student," said junior Kalena Blake. "A lot of people are just still confused and don't want to jump to conclusions just yet about the student's whereabouts but it's definitely a tough time on campus for a lot of people."
ABC News' Alexandra Faul contributed to this report.