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March 13 email to staff, faculty and students regarding changes to building access

From: Public Safety
To: All employees, students and faculty
Re: Changes to Building Access Starting March 14; Must Have PUID to Enter Most Campus Buildings

As part of the University’s efforts to limit the spread of coronavirus and reduce the number of visitors to campus, all academic and administrative buildings will be locked 24/7 until further notice. This means building exterior doors will be locked and will not be open to the general public. 

Students, faculty and staff will have access to buildings with card access systems using their cards from 7 am to Midnight. Academic buildings with University Libraries access hours will match daily scheduled Library hours. Other university buildings without card systems will be locked and have key access only. There is no change to residence hall access. All dorms remain locked 24/7 with card access. 

Staff and faculty must use their Princeton University ID card to access their building. If you have never used your University ID card to enter your building or are unsure if your University ID card provides access to your building, you must contact your individual department’s Building Access Coordinator (BAC) to verify your card’s access privileges. If you don’t know your BAC please follow link below “How do I find a BAC” on the Facilities website:

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