Over the last few months, your Clarkson Facilities & Services (FAS) team has been putting together new initiatives for improving customer service. We at Facilities believe that the best service lies within good communication and constructive customer feedback. Along those lines, FAS has initiated a customer feedback survey which will accompany the closing notice for … Continue reading Facilities & Services Requests Your Feedback
On September 8, from 10:30 – 11: 30 a.m., JMZ Architects will be presenting very early design concepts while seeking input from the campus for the Science Center Expansion and Renovation project. JMZ Architects specializes in solutions for higher education campuses. Please join us for an open faculty engagement session to be held in the … Continue reading Science Center Expansion and Renovation Project Seeking Faculty Input!
The Project Management Team and Facilities & Services (FAS) wrap up and ramp up. Here’s a list of improvements around and about campus. Riverside Apartments: All living room carpets were removed and replaced, all windows were removed and replaced, and exterior trim was repaired and painted giving the apartments a bright new look. IRC Complex: … Continue reading Projects and FAS Update
We are excited to welcome everyone back to campus. We wanted to let you know that the Fitness Centers will not be requiring reservations this year through EZfacility, but we will be requiring a valid Clarkson ID, so please make sure you bring your ID and a change of clean, athletic shoes to enter. … Continue reading Fitness Center Information
NCC Systems has to test alarm bells in the academic corridor Thursday morning, August 19, at 5:30 a.m. until approximately 7:00 a.m. Never assume alarms are tests. Please plan to exit the building if you hear alarms. Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
The Village of Potsdam has completed their work and has refilled the water tower on Clarkson’s hill campus. Water use, which was temporarily restricted, can return to normal. If you encounter any discoloration in the water please run it until the water runs clear. Additionally, toilets may keep running due to the disruption of sediment. … Continue reading Work on Water Tower Completed
The elevator in Rowley will be unavailable for the next three weeks beginning tomorrow, Thursday, August 5, in order for our contractor to make necessary repairs. We apologize for any inconvenience. The elevator in CAMP is available for those in the building who need elevator service. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
To faculty and staff in the Science Center and TAC, Beginning tomorrow, Thursday, July 8, the area around corridor C1100D in the Science Center lecture wing, circled below, will be cordoned off to all through foot traffic. On Friday, a crane will be positioned at the red X below for the purpose of removing mechanical … Continue reading Crane Set Up Outside SC Lecture Wing Thursday and Friday
Entrance Requirements for Deneka & Yianoukos’ Fitness Centers & IRC *Reservations via EZFacility. Access restricted to current CU students & employees. *Valid Clarkson ID and a change of clean, athletic shoes. *No sharing of Clarkson IDs. Deneka Family Fitness Center & IRC, Starting June 1 Monday- Friday Open 7am-8pm Saturday Open 10am-4pm Sunday Open 10am-2pm … Continue reading CLARKSON UNIVERSITY RECREATION FACILITY HOURS/ SUMMER 2021
On Friday, April 23, from 10:30 a.m. till 3:30 p.m., the Environmental Health & Safety office will be offering hands-on fire extinguisher training, on the lawn outside the Student Center, following all COVID safety protocols. Clarkson University is committed to providing a safe and compliant living, learning and working environment for our students, faculty and … Continue reading Fire Extinguisher Training Offered Friday, April 23