Several OSU facilities closed through January

Angela Tam, News Contributor

Oregon State University has closed a number of facilities on its campuses in reaction to Gov. Kate Brown’s announcement of the statewide two-week freeze that began on Nov. 18 and is scheduled to last through the first week of December.

According to an email sent out on Nov. 13 by Vice Provost Dan Larson, OSU campuses in both Corvallis and Bend are operating at University’s Operations Level 3. OSU’s Physical Distancing policy limits gathering and social get-togethers on university sites to a maximum of six people, from no more than two households. 

This policy applies to both indoor and outdoor activities. OSU students will have to abide by this policy both on and off-campus in the state of Oregon. 

  •  The Memorial Union and OSU-Cascades Obsidian Hall

These areas are open to provide study spaces for students, but no events will be allowed. 

  •  Dixon Recreation Center, OSU Tennis Pavilion, OSU-Cascades fitness center

These areas will be closed for the entire duration of the two-week freeze.


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