About GGU: Campus Closure and Power Shutdown
CAMPUS CLOSURE & pOWER sHUTDOWN
Golden Gate University will be closed 12/22/12 through and including 1/1/13. During this time, there will be no access to the buildings at 40 Jessie Street or 536 Mission Street, and limited access to some Web resources. See the FAQs below for more information.
The university will be reopen for business starting at 7:30 am on 1/2/13.
For a list of frequently asked questions related to course registration, textbook returns and other student-related business affected by the campus closure, please log into GGU4YOU and read the Student FAQs.
For a list of frequently asked questions related to building and Web accessibility affected by the campus closure, please log into GGU4YOU and read the Employee FAQs.
- When will the campus be closed?
- Why is the university closing the campus?
- When will the San Francisco campus reopen?
- Which buildings will be affected?
- Which services will be unavailable during the power shutdown taking place from 12/26/12 to 12/28/12?
- Will there be any postal mail service to or from GGU during the campus closure?
- Will the Bookstore or Student Services Caf be open during the campus closure?
- Will the Law Library or University Library be open during the campus closure?
- If I need to retrieve something from campus, can I enter either 536 Mission or 40 Jessie Street?
- Will I be able to leave telephone messages for GGU faculty or staff during the power shutdown?
- Will GGU's eLearning classes and services be available during the power shutdown?
- How can prospective students register online for the spring trimester when everything is shut down?
- What is the deadline for paying spring 2013 tuition?
- Will there be advising appointments for prospective students during the campus closure?
- How can I order an official transcript?
The entire campus will be closed from 12/22/12 through 1/1/13.
GGU has an electrical problem at the 536 Mission Street facility that needs to be corrected. The only way to correct the problem is to remove all power to the building.
The university will be open for business starting at 7:30 am on 1/2/13.
Both 40 Jessie Street and 536 Mission Street will be closed from 12/22/12 through 1/1/13.
The entire GGU technology infrastructure will be unavailable. Also, the telephone system, voicemail and GGU website will be down.
No. GGU will not be able to process any incoming or outbound mail, deliveries or shipments.
No. Everything at 40 Jessie will also be completely closed from 12/22/12 through 1/1/13.
No. Both of the libraries will be closed, as will all schools, departments, offices and services.
No. Both buildings will be closed.
No. The phones will not be able to accept messages. Please call back after 12/28/12.
Yes. The eLearning technology infrastructure is outside of the GGU network. Students and faculty can go directly to http://elearning.ggu.edu.
12. How can prospective students register online for the spring trimester when everything is shut down?
They cannot. During the period of the actual shutdown, no one will be able to access the GGU website or any other IT services. Students are encouraged to enroll, or to conduct any other online business that they may have, prior to noon on 12/26/12 or after 11 pm on 12/28/12.
The spring payment due date has been extended by two days to 1/24/13. However, the Law School payment due date has not been extended and is 1/11/13.
No. Advising appointments for spring 2013 must be conducted before the university closes on 12/21/12 or after the university reopens on 1/2/13.National Student Clearinghouse anytime during the campus closure and power shutdown period. However, no transcript orders will be processed until the staff return to the office on 1/2/13.