LSU Student Health Center will not open Monday
BATON ROUGE – LSU officials announced Sunday that the university’s Student Health Center will remain closed Monday.
Officials say restoration and cleanup efforts are still underway after a fire Thursday night caused $1.7 million in damages.
“We appreciate everyone’s patience during this time,” D’Ann Morris, executive director of the LSU Student Health Center, said. “We have crews working around the clock to get the facility back online as soon as possible for our patients.”
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
The university reports that staff are working to ensure that the same health services will be offered during restoration. Students that had an appointment during the closure have been notified.
Access to nearby service roads may be restricted to cleanup crews and equipment through Friday, June 17. The restriction will affect Band Hall Service Drive, Band Hall B lot and Chimes Street Hart lot.
More information about when the Student Health Center will reopen will be released Monday.
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