University closed due to snowstorm, Feb. 17
Posted February 17, 2003; 12:24 p.m.
Because of a major, ongoing snowstorm, Princeton University is closed all day Monday, Feb. 17, according to Don Reichling, acting associate director of public safety, and Maureen Nash, vice president for human resources.
Classes and academic programs are canceled for Monday, and non-critical support personnel should not report to work. Critical and essential service personnel should report to work at their usual times.
Frist Campus Center will continue to provide shelter, recreation and food for students and essential personnel who are on campus during normal operating hours, 7 a.m. until 2 a.m.
Firestone Library and several branch libraries remain open for campus access. Dining facilities remain open as normally scheduled at all residential colleges, the Graduate College and the Center for Jewish Life. University Health Services' medical and counseling services are open for emergencies only.
The University officially closed at 11 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 16, and will remain closed at least until weather conditions are reevaluated this evening. Opening and closing information will be posted on this Web site and will be available on the University's weather emergency hotline at (609) 258-SNOW.
Contact: Evelyn Tu and Lauren Robinson-Brown (609) 258-3601