Bus tokens are given out by the information desk worker Monday through Friday until 4 PM. You may only give out TWO tokens PER PERSON PER DAY. No one should need more than two tokens. If they need to make a transfer to get where they are going, they simply inform the driver. You also must make sure you record the person’s name (after asking them to see their ID), destination, and the number of tokens y
Fire Alarms: When a fire alarm goes off (sound and blinking lights):
Ensure your area is clear, then go outside. Public Safety officers will arrive and check the situation.
If the officer determines the alarm can be cleared (no fire), the sound can be silenced. Staff need to direct people to step outside until staff have been told otherwise directly by Public Safety.
While the alarm is sounding, people need to stay outside. Public Safety will come and find the BC student staff on duty and give the all-clear, when people are able to return.
Staff can assist by allowing people back into the building at this time. The lights will still flash until the system resets itself.
EXCEPTION TO THIS RULE:
If the system is triggered due to an event in the Mane Stage, guests and staff must stay outside until the all-clear is definitively given by the Public Safety officers on-scene. Staff will be in close contact in this case.
Movie rentals: The movie and video game binder is ONLINE, BOTH can be checked-out at this time. 5 day rental. St. Olaf IDs are required and should be shown when checked out. Make sure to write down their ID number. One rental per line.
If there are any emergencies with the Enterprise CarShare such as lights left on or parking in the wrong spot or a student is having a problem, call one of the following two phone numbers. When call all you have to do is identify your self as calling about the St Olaf Enterprise CarShare: Local: (507) 664-9944 24 hour emergency number 1-877-599-3227 (The person renting the car should also have the 877 number. )
Guest wireless internet access has changed - guests no longer need a “NetReg” – they will get a prompt when their device access our signal, and they’ll have to agree to our useage terms – much like an aiport.
Vans: It is very common when the weather is colder that the low tire pressure light is on. That does not mean the van cannot be driven necessarily. Please keep this in mind, and if groups mention this they can still be driven, unless of course the tire is completely flat! Upon inspection of the tires, if they all look ok, the Ford Dealership has confirmed they can be driven.