Starting Tuesday, September 7, Ayo Hall (College of Nursing) will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday to allow students, faculty and staff to use computers for school, work or to file hurricane claims. The building is running on generator power with air conditioning and WiFi.
The following spaces will be available:
101-102 Ayo – Computer Lab for students, faculty and staff who need access to PCs.
113, 114 and 120 Ayo – Classroom space for students who have their own laptop computers.
152 Ayo – Auditorium for faculty and staff who have their own laptop computers.
Park in the lot between Ayo Hall and Ellender Residence Hall or in front of Family Housing and enter the building from the entrance that fronts Ardoyne Drive (near Chick fil A). Security will be provided by University Police, and your Colonel Card will be required to enter the building.
The University is observing all COVID-19 protocols and masks are required in the building and in the rooms. Masks will be available if you do not have your own.
We are working to bring more parts of campus back online to help even more of you cope with these conditions that our region has not seen for generations.
Please continue to be safe and know that we are thinking of each and every one of our Colonels!
With Colonel Pride,
Director of Communications
Nicholls State University