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MSU Campus Resources about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

- MSU's Coronavirus Update website. This website includes all campus updates sent to the campus community, FAQ, and resources and helpful links.

- Racer Restart - Fall 2020. This website has information on MSU's Racer Restart Initiative, including campus updates about what Fall 2020 at Murray State will look like.

- Racer Success. This website has academic success resources for students and families, including an FAQ, academic advising information, helpful contact information, and more.

- Technical Pandemic & Disaster Planning Quick Guide article, including information on remote access, communication tools, and other tips for employees
- Safe Computing Tips While Working/Learning Remotely. Due to the current global climate related to COVID-19, there has been an increase in attacks to many of the technologies people use in their personal and professional lives. These technologies include email, texts, phone calls, video conferencing, online sites, and more. Murray State University’s Information Systems is providing the following information to help our campus community stay proactive in keeping their personal, professional, business, and academic information secure.

 


Electrical Maintenance

On Monday, July 6th through Wednesday, July 8th, Facilities Management will be performing high-voltage electrical maintenance which will include power outages for buildings. The following schedule will be observed for maintenance and power outages:

 -  Monday, July 6th, 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM - Elizabeth Hall, Lee Clark Hall, Winslow Cafeteria, Hart Hall, Hester Hall, J.H. Richmond Hall, College Courts, Wellness Center, CFSB Center
 -  Tuesday, July 7th, 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM - White Hall, Regents Hall, H.C. Franklin Hall, Springer II, Heritage Hall
 -  Wednesday, July 8th, 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM - CFSB Center, Wellness Center, Carr Health Hall, Waterfield Library, Ruby Simpson Child Development Center, Mason Hall

If employees are remoting into their work computer in any of the buildings during those days, they will be unable to do so when the power is off. Employees may also need to arrange with their supervisor to have their computers turned back on once power has been restored.

System Alerts:

There are no alerts at this time.

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