Sinclair Community College will operate under normal hours of operation today, despite the ongoing Montgomery County water outage.
Sinclair officials are monitoring their local water supply carefully and have asked students, faculty and staff to not drink water from drinking fountains until further notice.
Signs have been posted on campus letting people know not to use the water, said spokeswoman Deena John. The college will be supplying and distributing water to people on campus on Thursday.
Food service on Sinclair’s campus will also be limited and John said that officials have asked students, staff and faculty to plan accordingly for that.
The University of Dayton is also still operating as usual during the water outage.
UD is providing bottled water to students living in residence halls while the boil advisory remains in effect.
“There have been no significant disruptions” to the university other than the advisory, and “we are communicating CDC boil advisory guidelines to our campus community,” UD officials said in a statement.
The university is communicating with students, staff and faculty via email, social media and its website, according to the statement.
“While no issues have been identified on campus” UD will “continue to monitor the effect of the situation on campus water systems,” according to a posting on the university’s website.
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