Message from Residence Life and Housing Regarding Power Outage

Dear students,
We understand that some of you are still feeling the impact of the recent storm. We want to remind you of two on-campus spaces that offer opportunities for study space, wi-fi connectivity and heat.
The Sutton Center study hall is open until midnight today. The study space can be accessed through the main Sutton Center entrance across from Kitchin Residence Hall. Scan your Deacon One Card on the pedestal for access.

In addition, the common areas in College academic buildings will be open until 10 p.m., and common spaces in Reynolda Hall are open until 11 p.m. Your Deacon One Card is required to access the buildings. Information at go.wfu.edu/studyspace.

Our understanding from our partners in off-campus properties and their communications with Duke Energy is that some complexes could be without power until late tonight or early tomorrow. Students may keep up with the latest outage conditions on the Duke Energy website at https://outagemaps.duke-energy.com/#/current-outages/ncsc.

Currently in quarantine/isolation? Contact the Office of Residence Life and Housing at rlhiqcor@nullwfu.edu for assistance with alternate arrangements.

If you have any questions, our call center is open today until 5 p.m. and can be reached at 336-758-7500.
A reminder when accessing campus: You will need to wear a mask, observe social distancing and follow all public health guidance shared on the Our Way Forward website.
Best –
Zach Blackmon, Ph.D., MBA
Associate Director of Operations

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