Robertson Hall

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Links and resources to help with your return to campus and the newly renovated Robertson Hall.

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Building Access

Keys to the building, office, and SALTO.

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Office Issues

Desk phone, adjustable workstation, seating, and waste bin.

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Lighting & Temperature

Lighting and temperature control issues.

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Connectivity

Email, Wi-Fi, eduroam, and networking.

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Computer Equipment

Desktop, laptop, monitor, mouse, keyboard, and cellphone.

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Printing

Canon multifunction copiers, local network printers, and personal printers/scanners.

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Facilities & Operations

For general facilities and operations support inquiries, call 609-258-8880.

Computing Services

For general computing support inquiries, call 609-258-1773.

Robertson Hall

Robertson Hall User Guide

Explore the building user guide to find details on layout and floor plans, amenities, technology, and working in Robertson Hall.

SPIA Resources

Employees who have been working remotely should work with their manager to plan their return to their campus workplace at some point between now and August 29 and to enroll in the asymptomatic testing program per the latest memo from Provost Prentice and Executive Vice President Williams. Contact Meghann Kleespie to enroll in the program. Employees must upload their vaccine status using the VacStatus Portal or using the TigerSafe App.

Princeton University’s main coronavirus website is a comprehensive resource for up-to-date information on COVID-19 guidance. Please see the latest update as of July 4 where masks became optional per the face covering policy.

In the Facilities and Operations office located in Room 003 of Robertson Hall.

Please visit the NuPark Online Customer Portal.

Beginning on August 1, a number of changes and loosening of restrictions will occur per the University's guidance on events and gatherings.

In order to support efforts to contain virus transmission, visitors must be approved prior to entering campus buildings.

Campus Mail

Campus mail is delivered to and picked up from the Facilities and Operations (FAO) office at Robertson Hall at approximately 1:30 p.m. daily.

U.S. Mail

Incoming mail: The U.S. Postal Service delivers mail directly to the FAO office between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. daily. Mail is routinely delivered to Bendheim Hall and Wallace Hall by FAO staff.

Express Mail Service

Federal Express (FedEx) and UPS make daily pickups from the FAO office. The FedEx/UPS request form must be filled out completely before a package can be processed.

FedEx picks up by 4 p.m. in the FAO office and by 6 p.m. in the FedEx drop box located behind Corwin/Bendheim Hall. To ensure same-day pickup from the office, FedEx packages must be in the office no later than 3 p.m.

The FAO office will not process personal packages. FedEx provides a shipping label available online or from the office that can be used with a credit card for payment. FedEx mail can be left in the office before 3 p.m. for pickup; after 3 p.m., it can be mailed from the FedEx drop box behind Corwin/Bendheim Hall.

Mailboxes

Faculty and staff mailboxes are located in Robertson Hall, room 450, Wallace Hall adjacent to room 353, and Bendheim Hall beside room 121.

Graduate and undergraduate student mailboxes are located on the first floor of Robertson Hall.

Forwarding Mail

Faculty

Mail for a faculty member on leave is handled by the faculty member’s support person. When a faculty member resigns, retires, or is terminated from the University, his or her mail will be forwarded by the support staff for up to three months following the date of termination. Specific circumstances involving retirements should be discussed with Bonelys Rosado. It is the faculty member’s responsibility to provide a forwarding address to his or her support staff.

Graduate Alumni

Students’ mail will be forwarded by the School’s Career Development and Alumni Relations office for up to three months after graduation. It is the student’s responsibility to provide a forwarding address to the Career Development and Alumni Relations office.

ZIP Code

The Postal Service has assigned the School an exclusive ZIP code, 08544-1013. Include the ZIP code as well as the sender’s name on all pieces of outgoing mail.

Shultz Dining Room is tentatively scheduled to reopen on or about September 1 with a limited menu of prepackaged food and beverages. Operating hours may vary depending on necessary cleaning and sanitizing protocols.

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