Penn State news by
Penn State's student blog

Topics

More

Penn State’s Coronavirus Pandemic-Adjusted Building Hours

Now that Penn State has transformed its campus in response to the coronavirus pandemic, you may have noticed some buildings are closing earlier than usual.

The university adjusted its building hours to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus and allow enough time to thoroughly clean buildings at night.

Here’s a list of what buildings are open on campus, and when:

Open Weekdays Until 11 p.m.

  • Forum Building
  • South Chambers Building
  • Willard Building
  • Deike Building
  • Walker Building
  • Boucke Building
  • Wagner Building
  • Mateer Building
  • Keller Building
  • Life Sciences Building
  • Thomas Building
  • Osmond Building
  • Sparks Building
  • Carnegie Building
  • HHD Building
  • BBH Building
  • Henderson Building
  • Ford Building
  • Wartik Building

Open Weekdays Until 9 p.m.

  • Forest Resources Building
  • Agricultural Sciences Building
  • Borland Building
  • Patterson Building
  • Hosler Building
  • Tyson Building
  • Steidle Building

Open Weekdays Until 7 p.m.

  • Stuckeman Building
  • Sackett Building
  • Hammond Building
  • Food Science Building
  • Agricultural Engineering Building
  • Ferguson Building
  • Chemical and Biomedical Engineering Building
  • Buckhout Laboratory
  • Armsby Building
  • Theatre Building
  • Music Building
  • Pond Laboratory
  • Burrowes Building
  • Cedar Building
  • Moore Building
  • Carpenter Building
  • Earth and Engineering Sciences Building
  • Leonhard Building
  • Nursing Science Building
  • Chemistry Building

Open Monday To Thursday Until 9 p.m.

  • Business Building
  • Westgate Building
  • Rackley Building
  • Kern Building
  • Reber Building

Open from 7 a.m. To 11 p.m. On Weekends

  • Forum Building
  • South Chambers Building
  • Willard Building
  • Deike Building
  • Walker Building
  • Boucke Building

Open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Weekends

  • Wagner Building
  • Business Building
  • Sparks Building
  • Mateer Building
  • Keller Building
  • Life Sciences Building
  • Thomas Building
  • Osmond Laboratory
  • Westgate Building

Penn State’s Pattee and Paterno Libraries remain open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday. They close at 5 p.m. on Fridays.

Your ad blocker is on.

Please choose an option below.

Sign up for our e-mail newsletter:
OR
Support quality journalism:
Purchase a Subscription!

About the Author

Frankie Marzano

Frankie is a senior accounting and economics major from Long Island, NY. You can probably recognize him as the typical Italian-American with slicked back black hair. He is an avid fan of the New York Rangers and Mets, along with every Penn State Athletics team. Follow him on Twitter @frankiemarzano for obnoxious amounts of Rangers and Penn State content or email him at [email protected]

Follow on Another Platform
113kFollowers
157kFollowers
54.9kFollowers
4,570Subscribers
State College Links

Don’t Hurry: Lily Whitmoyer’s Senior Column

“Look forward, but also look around you. Be all in wherever you find yourself, and don’t waste too much time thinking about what’s next.”

Don’t Hurry: Lily Whitmoyer’s Senior Column

“Look forward, but also look around you. Be all in wherever you find yourself, and don’t waste too much time thinking about what’s next.”

Projecting Penn State Football’s 2022 Starting Lineup: Quarterback & Running Back

Sean Clifford undoubtedly has a hold on the starting quarterback gig, but a crowded backfield will leave James Franklin and Co. with some tough decisions.

Pat Freiermuth Trolls Pitt Fan With ‘PSU Is Better!’ Signature

Freiermuth may call Pittsburgh his home now, but he still hasn’t forgotten his roots.

 
Send this to a friend