Update on dining, bathroom facilities for on-campus students impacted by water main break

August 31, 2016 | News, UToday
By Meghan Cunningham

The University is working to provide students living on campus with options for dining and bathroom facilities as crews continue to work to repair the ruptured water line on the east side of the West Parking Ramp on The University of Toledo Main Campus.

Water service to several buildings has been shut off in order to repair the broken water line. Buildings affected are Wolfe Hall, Bowman-Oddy Laboratories, Memorial Field House, Honors Academic Village, MacKinnon Hall, Scott Hall and Tucker Hall. The Student Union and Carlson Library also are without water.

Bottled water has been delivered to the impacted residence halls. Students are being directed to University Hall for bathroom facilities, and the University is working to provide portable toilets near the buildings. The Student Recreation Center is available for students to use for showering and bathroom facilities and is open until midnight.

Additional UT police officers will be available throughout the evening to assist students in the northwest area of campus.

The dining facilities in the Student Union are closed; however, a dinner buffet will be offered until 8 p.m. in the South Dining Hall, and the Croutonz restaurant remains open also until 8 p.m. The Ottawa East Dining Hall is open until 8 p.m. to provide students dinner.

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