January 19, 2024

January 20-21 Campus Information

The work done by Facilities staff to salt pathways, clear snow/ice and remove downed trees, combined with warmer temperatures, is slowly making our campuses easier, and safer, to navigate. We urge you to continue to use extreme caution as icy areas and some debris remain.

While campus activities are expected to resume over the weekend, there are a few exceptions. Please continue to check the events calendar for the most updated information.

Saturday, January 20 and Sunday, January 21

  • Watzek Library on the College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) campus and the Boley Library at the law school are expected to be open regular hours this weekend, weather permitting

  • Pamplin Sports Complex will be available for use by students and employees:

    • Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday

    • While the gym is offline for games and scheduled events, the weight room, cardio equipment, and pool (pool hours are Saturday, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.; Sunday, noon to 2 p.m.) will be available for use

    • If the track is clear, it will open as well

    • See the most current and updated athletics facilities schedule

  • For rescheduled MLK weekend celebration and events, including the Do Good Trouble Summit, please check the events calendar

  • The Pio Express will run its normal routes and schedule unless otherwise noted in the app

  • The Odell Annex desk will be open for residential student lockout support Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

  • Bon Appétit plans for regular operations in the market and in Fields Dining Hall, brunch and dinner hours. Other dining locations, including the Trail Room, will not be open. Residential students will receive direct communication if there are changes to the schedule.

  • The graduate school campus will be open beginning on Monday, 1/22/24. Power has been restored and buildings are operational.

If you are on any of our campuses, please continue to be cautious as many walkways are icy and difficult to navigate. Stay away from fallen trees. Do not walk or skate on frozen pools. Beware of ice that could be falling from trees and buildings. Avoid wooded areas as there is still risk of falling trees and branches.

In the event of an emergency, or to notify the college of any hazardous condition on campus, contact Campus Safety at 503-768-7777. In an emergency, call or text 911.