DePaul University Newsline > Sections > Campus and Community > Holiday building closures
By Bob Janis and Bob Wachowski /
November 18, 2021 /
Posted in: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY /
In an email earlier this November, the university shared information about holiday building closures. With the end of the fall quarter upon us, we wish to take this opportunity to advise you on several Facility Operations and Public Safety issues that may affect you or your department during the period that the university is closed from the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 22, until the university reopens the morning of Monday, Jan. 3.
Questions concerning this information may be directed to the Facility Operations or Public Safety Offices.
From Wednesday evening, Dec. 22, until the university reopens on Monday, Jan. 3, all Loop and Lincoln Park Campus buildings will be heated to a building protection level only, which is in the 50- degree range. Please dress accordingly if you are planning to access any university facilities. There will be no exception to this as energy conservation is one of the primary reasons the university closes for the entire holiday week.
Building access and Public Safety
Individuals or departments that must access university facilities during the holiday break must observe the following guidelines.
Deans and department heads must send an e-mail to Public Safety no later than Friday, December 3, 2021 containing the following information:
Loop Campus based departments should direct their access request to Kevin Connolly, the assistant director of Public Safety for the Loop Campus. Lincoln Park based departments should direct their access request to Mike Dohm, the assistant director of Public Safety for the Lincoln Park Campus.
Access to Lincoln Park Campus facilities
Personnel accessing facilities are required to:
Access to Loop Campus facilities
Lincoln Park Campus
Bob Janis is the vice president of Facility Operations. Bob Wachowski is the vice president of Public Safety.