All classes on Tuesday, Jan. 22, are cancelled.

Due to icy conditions on campus and the forecast of bitterly cold temperatures today through Monday, Jan. 21, all classes on Tuesday, Jan. 22, are cancelled.

Residential students are strongly encouraged to delay their arrival to campus until Tuesday, Jan. 22, in the interest of safety.

Faculty are also advised NOT to travel to campus on Monday, Jan. 21, due to persistent icy conditions. Please stay tuned for further updates regarding the availability of food service and other student services. A determination will be made by 6 a.m. Tuesday regarding a possible delay in office openings on Tuesday. Crews are working continuously but below-freezing temperatures are making it difficult to combat the ice, and falling temperatures promise no relief.

In a situation where there is inclement weather, but offices are open, employees must use their best judgment as to whether or not they feel comfortable traveling on the roadways. In these circumstances, it is up to the individual to decide whether or not to travel to campus. The College asks that employees make an effort to notify supervisors of their planned absence and their intention to use leave credits, as appropriate.


Please refer to the Office Closings Page to check the status of individual offices, and use this link for more information on the College's Emergency Cancellations and Delays Policy.



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