Unless actively eating, you must be masked, mouth and nose, at all times when in the building.  While there are no current social distancing guidelines that must be met, be respectful of other people's wishes.  If someone else in the space prefers to social distance, then do so.  Anyone observing behavior that is contrary to these considerations should feel empowered to remind them of the rules and/or notify Elaine Caron, Stephanie Landers, or Manda Ryan.

  • No gambling and no alcohol.*
  • No Chihuahuas, turtles, gerbils or other pets (except approved service dogs).
  • No bikes, skateboards, or other modes of transport in the building.
  • No bikes parked on sidewalk (do NOT block pedestrians or strollers). Bikes may be parked at the bike rack behind the Hub or across the street by Princeton Corkscrew.
  • Absolutely no vehicle parking at the Hub, at any time (even after hours or weekends).
  • Contribute to the Hub’s ecosystem ethos. Be kind, be fair, and respect others. Act with integrity.
  • Keep your workspace clutter free and spanking clean. Be a narcissist. Admire your reflection in your work surfaces!
  • Abide by the ruling laws of the land. Adhere to Princeton University’s Rights, Rules, Responsibilities. 
  • Mi casa es su casa. Treat the property of others like you would your own. We are not responsible for lost or stolen property.
  • Don’t become an interior decorator. No posters, signs, placards, pictures, etc. on walls or windows without Hub’s approval.
  • What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas. Confidentiality rules.
  • Sharing in the sandbox is generally good but it’s fine to be selfish. Your access authorization is just for YOU: no sharing of access to the building, the internet or other Hub services.
  • Visitors? Unfortunately, at this time access to all University buildings is restricted to authorized users only.  Therefore, visitors are not permitted.  Once this limit is lifted, you will be notified.
  • Hub hours of operation: 8 a.m. - 10 p.m. - no overnight stays permitted. You have a bed in your dorm for that!
  • No one likes moldy food. Adhere to the first in first out fridge rules. Prior to events, the fridge will be cleared to make room for event food. Old food will be thrown out weekly.
  • In case of emergency call 9-1-1.

*Except for alcohol served at University sponsored events for those of the legal drinking age.

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