Princeton campus to resume normal operations at noon Sunday
11:10 a.m.: The Princeton University Art Museum will be open Sunday during its regular hours, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
7:55 a.m.: In the aftermath of a storm that coated campus with about 23 inches of snow, Princeton University will delay opening Sunday until noon. Before then, only employees in essential services roles should report to work.
At noon, Firestone Library and athletic facilities including Dillon gym will reopen.
While most campus events are expected to resume this afternoon, visitors are encouraged to check websites — such as the Princeton University Art Museum and branch libraries — to make sure of schedules.
Major roads in the Princeton region are reported open, but the condition of secondary roads varies considerably. Travelers are urged to check local conditions before heading to campus. NJTRANSIT will post updates on its operations on its website.
The Frist Campus Center will open at 10 a.m., and McCosh health center remains open continuously. The Butler-Wilson dining hall is open on an intersession schedule with brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Employees driving to campus at any time Sunday are asked to park in either the North or West garages.
TigerTransit will run limited service Sunday. Check the TigerTracker to see where buses are running.
The 11 a.m. service in University Chapel has been canceled.
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.