Classes resume but Princeton offices closed because of snow

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Posted February 3, 2014; 06:25 a.m.
by Office of Communications

Classes resume but Princeton offices closed today because of snow

While classes are being held as scheduled, University operations are suspended and offices are closed today at Princeton University and the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory because of a winter storm.

Only employees in critical or essential roles should report for work as scheduled.

Some TigerTransit buses are running but are delayed because of the weather. There is no service on the 701 Carnegie Center, East and West Commuter and Forrestal lines. For the latest information, check the Transportation and Parking Services homepage.

Campus libraries except Mudd Manuscript and are open on their regular schedules. Frist Campus Center and Dillon gym are also open.

Employees reporting to work in vehicles are asked to park in the West or North garages.

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