Power outage on lower Hillhouse - Urgent information for classes (September 2, 2021)

Dear Faculty and Students,

At midnight last night, the remnants of Hurricane Ida knocked out power across much of central campus, including in the residential colleges where most undergraduate students live. Power has been restored in some but not all of the colleges, and is in the course of being restored in teaching and office buildings across campus. 

We ask faculty to be accommodating of students whose ability to prepare for or arrive promptly to class has been affected by this situation.

Below is a list of buildings that currently do not have power (as of 8:00 a.m.); these are the buildings located in the blocks between Prospect and Whitney Avenues, and between Grove and Sachem Streets. 

Classes scheduled to take place in any of those buildings today (9/2/2021) should be held by Zoom or rescheduled. Classes in buildings other than those listed below should be held in person.
 
This is an evolving situation. We will update you as soon as we have additional information. 

BECTON LAB 
SHEFFD-STERL-STRATHC 
KIRTLAND HALL 
A.K. WATSON HALL 
LEET OLIVER MEM HALL 
DUNHAM LAB 
TEMPLE ST, 370 
WARNER HOUSE 
MASON LAB 
HILLHOUSE AVE,15 
HILLHOUSE AVENUE, 17 
HELEN HADLEY HALL 
MALONE ENGIN CENTER 
ROSENKRANZ HALL 
LUCE HALL, HENRY R. 
HILLHOUSE AVE,28 
HILLHOUSE AVE,30 
HILLHOUSE AVE,38 
HILLHOUSE AVE,46 
HLH46 SHED 
PROSPECT ST, 77 
TRUMBULL ST, 87 
WATSON CENTER 
FOUNDERS HALL 
EVANS HALL 
STEINBACH HALL 
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN COLLEGE 
PAULI MURRAY COLLEGE 
SILLIMAN COLLEGE 
COLLEGE ST, 493 
ROSENFELD HALL 
ST. ANTHONY HALL 
TIMOTHY DWIGHT COLL. 
WALL ST, 55

Tamar Szabó Gendler
Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences
 
Marvin M. Chun
Dean of Yale College
 
Lynn Cooley
Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences