COVID-19 Safety Information

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The arrival of the New York Jets for the 2010 training camp will affect parking, use of some roads, and access to certain buildings and to the duplicating center. The following information outlines the changes.

Road Closures

Neubig Road will be closed to all vehicular traffic from the Education Building crosswalk to the Broadway traffic light 24 hours a day for the entire camp. Service vehicles will be able to access the area.

Pashley Drive, Folmer Drive and Lankler Drive will be closed from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily. Faculty and staff working in the Park Center will receive a special permit to utilize the Park Center northwest and main parking lots. Permits must be presented at the traffic checkpoint.

Access to Parking Areas (Effective Aug. 1-20)

The Corey Union, Whitaker Hall and ASC parking lots will be closed.

Faculty and staff working in the residence halls area are asked to park in the Casey and Smith Towers parking lot or in the Van Hoesen Hall parking lot.

There will be no faculty/staff parking on Neubig Road, although parking will be available on Prospect Terrace.

Corey Union

The New York Jets will be using Corey Union as their base of operations during training camp. Employees with offices there will be allowed to use their spaces. Anyone needing to meet with employees working in Corey Union should telephone ahead to make arrangements:

Campus Actives and College Union — 753-2322  

Dean of Professional Studies — 753-2701

Judicial Affairs — 753-4725

Vice President for Student Affairs — 753-4721

Duplicating Center

From July 26 through Aug. 20, access to the Duplicating Center in Corey Union will be restricted. A drop-off box will be located in the Career Resources Library, Van Hoesen Hall, Room B-7. This box will be emptied twice daily, once in the morning and once in the afternoon.

If your work is confidential in nature, place the material in a sealed envelope and mark it "confidential." Work can be sent online to  All completed work will be mailed to the respective office from which it originated.