The Frist Campus Center Substation will be shutdown on December 30 at 7 p.m. until December 31 at 11 a.m. During that time all normal electric power will be shutdown in the following buildings: Frist Campus Center Jones Hall School of Architecture Woolworth Hall 1879 Hall Prospect House Marx Hall *McCosh Health Center (*McCosh will be kept online via the emergency generator located in the Frist Campus Center). It is recommended that all computing equipment be powered
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Due to the weekend snowstorm and numerous flight cancellations, the winter break access initiative will not begin until Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at 9 a.m. The prox system will be deactivated at that time and onluy those who have signed-in will have their cards reactivated. Students may sign up anytime during the break for access to dorms between December 23 and December 30. See the Winter Break Access FAQ for more information.
The pathway east of Weaver track will be closed on Monday, December 21, 2009. A temporary walking route with directional signage will be provided for pedestrians through Weaver Track and Princeton Stadium to and from Parking Lot #21 and DeNunzio Pool to points North and West.
Power will be shutdown in Joline and Campbell Halls on Saturday, December 19 from 8 a.m. until approximately 2 p.m. to replace a transformer. It is recommended that all computing equipment be powered down and all perishables be removed from refrigerators in advance of this outage. Emergency power (emergency lighting and fire alarms) will be unaffected. Please address all questions and concerns to the Facilities Service Center at (609) 258-8000.
On December 21 and 22, the Office of Design and Construction will be testing the emergency lighting systems in several academic buildings on and off campus. The emergency lighting systems in our buildings are designed to automatically activate in case the building should lose power for any reason, and these tests are being conducted to ensure that will happen. Because power could be lost during light or darkness, the tests must be conducted at night to determine that the emergency lighting le