On Sunday, August 7, PG&E will be installing the permanent transformer for the campus. This is the final repair for the electrical outage that the campus experienced on April 30 and the following days & weeks.
The power will be off for most of campus from approximately 6am until 8pm.
Kennedy and the VCPA will still have power.
The campus network will not be available from late Saturday night until Monday morning at 8am.
HNU Students, Faculty and Staff,
We will be performing a required upgrade of our systems that will cause downtime beginning at June 28, 2011 at 7am for the Online Application, Hawk’s Edge Portal, Alumni website as well as Faculty and Student portals. We are hoping to have this project completed by 11am.
UPDATE – June 28, 9:00am: The upgrade has been completed. Thank you for your patience.
Dear HNU Community,
WHERE ARE WE NOW? The electric contractors are planning and in the process of re-routing the damaged underground cabling. Most of the trenching has been completed and now it’s time to pull the new electrical conductors through, so we may go back to normal power from PG&E.
May 2, 2011
To the Holy Names University Community:
Power has been restored to most of the University by PG&E. We again apologize for the situation and thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
All classes are in session and offices are open. Computer-related and phone systems will be brought online as soon as possible.
Please continue to check the HNU website, Facebook, and/or e-mail for further updates.
Due to necessary maintenance, all critical systems (Faculty & Staff email, COMMON and V: drives, all Blackbaud systems, Blackboard, Faculty & Student portals, etc.) will be down from 2:00 PM, PST on Friday, February 18th until 6:00 PM PST, in addition to our previously scheduled down time over the three-day weekend (see below). We have cleared this with the Office of the President and hope that you have a nice three-day weekend.
This winter break, several HNU students will travel to Oaxaca, Mexico and lend a helping hand to the indigenous people who live there.This unique immersion trip provides s