Georgetown Law will open at 11:00 am on Tuesday, December 10, 2013, with liberal leave in effect. The Law Library will open at its regular hour. All in-class exams scheduled to begin at 9:00 am will begin at 1:30 pm.
PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR AN UPDATE AT 9:00 AM, Tuesday, December 10th, for any changes to the Law Center's operating status resulting from changes in the weather.
All designated emergency employees must report to work on time. All other employees are expected to report to work by 11:00 am. Employees may take unscheduled leave, but should contact their supervisor to discuss the needs of their unit and individual circumstances.
Special events and programs scheduled to start before 11:00 am will be delayed and may be cancelled. Please check with your program planner to determine status.
General Office Support
Ordering Office Supplies
Faculty Support maintains a supply of basic office needs such as:
- pens and pencils
- note pads (legal-sized and letter-sized)
- tape and tape dispensers
- staples and staplers
- Post-It notes
- binder clips
- paper clips
- push pins
- Avery labels (limited assortment)
- standard toner and printer cartridges (limited supply)
- intra-office mailing envelopes
Faculty may special order office supplies through their faculty assistant or by contacting Lindsey Carson or Sylvia Johnson in the Faculty Support office, McDonough Hall Room 475. We use Office Max, the University's preferred vendor. Orders placed before 3:00 p.m. for in-stock items generally arrive the following business day.
Mailing services are available for all Law Center business. The mail room, located in McDonough Hall Room 104, handles all United States Postal Service mail, assists in sending overnight packages by UPS and Federal Express, and sends packages to Main Campus via courier. The mail room also receives, sorts, and delivers all incoming mail, newspapers, and packages to the departments and faculty twice daily. We ask that you not send non-business/personal mail to the Law Center.
Sending Mail and Packages
The mail room provides services for outgoing Law Center business mail. Georgetown University Business Policies prevent us from offering these services for personal use.
U.S. Postal Service:
The mail room provides regular U.S. mail services including certified, insured, express, and priority mail. International mailing is also available via International Express, Global Priority, and Recorded Delivery.
Federal Express (FedEx):
The mail room will assist in sending packages via FedEx. FedEx provides priority overnight (next morning, select locations) and standard overnight (by afternoon next day) as well as second day, ground, and international services. Please visit www.fedex.com for more information.
DHL and UPS:
The Law Center maintains accounts with DHL and UPS. Labels are available in the mail room for both companies. Feel free to have your assistant help with these services.
- For pick-up by DHL for domestic shipments call 1-800-CALL-DHL (1-800-225-5345)
- For pick-up by DHL for international shipments call 1-800-323-4685
- For pick-up by UPS for both domestic and international shipments call 1-800-PICK-UPS (1-800-742-2877)
Pick-up times from McDonough Hall Room 475 for courier service to the Main Campus and Wisconsin Avenue office are:
- 11:00 a.m.
- 2:15 p.m.
The courier also delivers campus mail to Hoya Station which then delivers to points on the Main Campus. Courier forms are located in Faculty Support, McDonough Hall Room 475. Be sure to indicate whether you are requesting delivery or pick-up before leaving the completed form in the courier mail bin.
Phone & Fax Services
- Law Center Campus Calls: Dial the last four digits of the number from any campus phone.
- Main Campus Calls: Dial 8 + 687 + the number.
- Local Calls: Dial 8 + the number
- Long Distance Calls: Dial 8 + 1 + area code + the number (you will hear three beeps) + your long distance code.
In addition to the individual fax machines at faculty assistant work stations, there is a main Faculty Support fax machine located in McDonough Hall Room 475. The fax number for this machine is 202-662-9444. Faxes received on this machine are filed by last name in the trays next to the machine. Faculty assistants check these boxes daily and deliver faxes to their assigned faculty.
Xerox Copy Center
- Phone: 202-662-9358
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
The copy center provides a wide range of services including:
- Black & white printing
- Color printing
- Bound printing
- High speed printing
- Lexis and WestLaw printing
Self service walk-up machines are available at several locations around campus. These machines are capable of copying, printing, and scanning documents. Problems with these machines should be reported to firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling extension 9358.
Faculty are typically set up by IST to print at the desktop printer located at their assistant's desk. Additionally, faculty members may request to have their computer mapped to print directly to the high-speed Xerox machine nearest their office, this is helpful when printing large documents or multiple copies. To request this service please e-mail email@example.com with your request and include your name, phone number, and office number. These Xerox printers are capable of printing stapled, collated, hole-punched, and double-sided copies.
Furnishings, Moving, and Storage
Attempts have been made to create a thoughtful, methodical approach to purchasing new and replacing old furnishings. Needs are prioritized and furnishings purchased as funding becomes available. Resources are spread among areas used by students, faculty, and staff through the prioritizing process. Requests for new furniture are heard annually by the Finance Committee, which sets the budget for each year. For further information, faculty may contact Mark Remigio (x9126) and all other departments may contact Elizabeth Henderson (x9341).
Space planning is done with the direction of the Dean in consultation with the Associate Deans and the department requesting the change. Considerations for furniture changes, alterations, and additional space possibilities are analyzed carefully with the needs of the whole Law Center kept in mind.
Moving services are available as needed to reduce the time-consuming and disruptive activities associated with changing offices. Professional moving services handle the larger moving projects, while facilities management staff members handle the smaller moving assignments. Moves completed by facilities management are typically scheduled for Fridays. Effective planning and execution will result in minimal down time, disruptions in schedules, and damage to office furnishings.
Every effort is made to provide faculty with modest, safe, and convenient file storage. Space constraints require that we limit storage to 10 banker boxes or the equivalent volume. Requests should be coordinated through Mark Remigio (x9126) or Elizabeth Henderson (x9341).