The electricity is back on in almost all Middle Tennessee State University buildings after a two-day planned power outage for electrical repairs, according to school officials.
Power was restored Thursday to all but three of the 31 affected facilities and eight houses on Greek Row.
Abernathy Hall, the Alumni Memorial Gym and the Natatorium will be without power on Friday, Jan. 4.
Officials said Abernathy Hall and the gym should be have power restored by noon, while the Natatorium is expected to regain power no later than 4:30 p.m.
Utility crews from MTSU and the Murfreesboro Electrical Department worked Wednesday and Thursday to repair equipment damage from a November electrical fault and continue work on the university’s ongoing underground electrical project.
Departments temporarily displaced by the power outages have already begun moving back into offices and should be up and running for business as usual on Friday morning.
However, the James E. Walker Library will remain closed as announced and all electronic resources, including databases, e-journals and e-books, will remain offline. The library will reopen on Monday, Jan. 7.
Student Health Services also will also remain closed until repairs are completed. Immunization forms can be turned in to Room 326S of the Guidance Services in Keathley University Center Room on campus.
MTSU offices reopened Wednesday after a nine-day holiday break.
The spring 2013 semester classes are scheduled to begin Thursday, Jan. 17.