Originally Posted by Epic
You should log EVERYTHING. You should probably make the uni and the gaming club that he has joined.
Try, within what is reasonable and safe, to refrain from changing your patterns.
A change in pattern in response to stalking signals to the stalker that you have "noticed" them, and can cause an escalation in their behaviour.
Secondly, if you become less visible to them, they can get more obsessed with seeking you out, and rock up on your doorstep or something similarly alarming.
For example, I had a mild stalker who used to watch me and take photos of from his flat across the street. I *think* he followed me a couple of times, but never made contact. My friends all suggested getting blinds, but I knew instinctively that that would only draw him upon me.
Eventually he got bored and I thought he'd moved away. YEARS later I was struggling with a window one afternoon that had been painted closed from the outside. During the painting, there had been scaffolding up, so my blinds had been closed for about four months. Next thing, I hear someone yelling "helloooo" from across the road, and there he was leaning out of his window. He introduced himself, and offered to come over and help. I was friendly and thanked him, and said I had to go out but that I'd come ring his bell later if I couldn't manage. That way I had his flat number and he didn't have mine (I hope!).
I realise your person is considerably more creepy than mine probably was, but so long as he isn't coming closer, you are probably gonna be ok.