In-person classes resume as Arapahoe Community College goes without heat after boiler break

Heating expected to be fixed by end of week

Robert Tann
rtann@coloradocommunitymedia.com
Posted 11/30/22

Arapahoe Community College will hold in-person classes today after a boiler failure over the weekend left the main buildings on its Littleton campus without heat. 

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In-person classes resume as Arapahoe Community College goes without heat after boiler break

Heating expected to be fixed by end of week

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Arapahoe Community College will hold in-person classes today after a boiler failure over the weekend left the main buildings on its Littleton campus without heat. 

Though classes were canceled Tuesday due to the snow and lack of heat, college officials brought students and faculty back Wednesday and said heating should be restored late this week.. 

"Building temperatures are fluctuating between the mid-60s and lower 70s, so please plan to dress accordingly,"  Lisa Matye Edwards, vice president of student affairs, said in an email. "There are cooler spots still in the building."

According to college President Stephanie Fujii, facilities will be working with temporary heaters until heating is restored. 

"Dress warmly if you will be coming to campus," Fujii said in an email. " Warmer temperatures are expected on Wednesday and thus should allow the buildings to be open and operating fully."

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