Spring is upon us! That means it is time for buildings across campus to transition from heating to cooling systems. Many buildings use chilled water during the warmer months to keep buildings cool. In some buildings, you can have either heating or cooling, but not both at the same time.
While we move through these weeks of fluctuating temperatures, the air-conditioned residence halls and a few academic and administrative buildings across campus still need heat overnight and in the early morning. These buildings will remain in heating mode until there is no longer a need for heating overnight. In these buildings, if you find your area to be warmer than is comfortable, feel free to open windows and keep doors open as much as possible to help circulate air flow.