Because of severe weather, Princeton University is closed for non-essential personnel, although classes are being held as scheduled. Normal operations will resume at 6 p.m. for most campus services.
Until 6 p.m., only employees in essential services roles should report to work. Those driving to campus are asked to park in either the North or West garages. TigerTransit buses are running on a limited schedule and will end service at 10 p.m.
University libraries except Mudd Manuscript Library are open, as are the Frist Campus Center and residential dining halls.
Athletic and and campus recreation facilities are closed and will resume operations Friday.
Crews are working to keep walkways and roads clear. People on campus should use care during the changing conditions.
Individual faculty members who decide to cancel their classes based on the guidance offered on the Dean of the Faculty website should notify their students through Blackboard in advance of the scheduled class time.
Any changes to the University's operating status will be posted on the University homepage and on the SNOW line, (609)-258-SNOW, as soon as information becomes available.
Members of the University community can manage how they receive non-emergency messages, including weather-related notifications, via the Princeton Telephone and Email Notification System (PTENS). PTENS allows authorized Princeton officials to send information simultaneously to individuals via landline phones, cellular phones, text messages and e-mail.