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=== After-Hours Permits ===
 
=== After-Hours Permits ===
Van Vleck Hall is open during the Academic year from 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Sunday, and closed on holidays.  TAs and Honorary Fellows, who find it necessary to be in the building or in offices after these hours, '''must''' obtain an after-hours permit (doors are locked at 10:00pm).  TAs and Honorary Fellows should see the Chair’s Assistant for an after-hours permit.  New teaching assistants and fellows should ask for one at the beginning of the semester.  Continuing TAs/ fellows will need to renew their permits when they expire.  (Permits may not be issued for periods longer than one year.)
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Van Vleck Hall is open during the Academic year from 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Sunday, and closed on holidays.   
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TAs and Honorary Fellows, who find it necessary to be in the building or in offices after these hours, '''must''' obtain an after-hours permit (doors are locked at 10:00pm).   
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TAs and Honorary Fellows should see the Chair’s Assistant for an after-hours permit.  New teaching assistants and fellows should ask for one at the beginning of the semester.  Continuing TAs/ fellows will need to renew their permits when they expire.  (Permits may not be issued for periods longer than one year.)

Latest revision as of 10:24, 25 June 2014

After-Hours Permits

Van Vleck Hall is open during the Academic year from 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday - Sunday, and closed on holidays.

TAs and Honorary Fellows, who find it necessary to be in the building or in offices after these hours, must obtain an after-hours permit (doors are locked at 10:00pm).

TAs and Honorary Fellows should see the Chair’s Assistant for an after-hours permit. New teaching assistants and fellows should ask for one at the beginning of the semester. Continuing TAs/ fellows will need to renew their permits when they expire. (Permits may not be issued for periods longer than one year.)