Wednesday, April 10. John Wright's and Mona Wright's classes are cancelled.
None at this time.
eAlert is a campus notification system. Students, faculty and staff will receive alerts in the event of a weather-related campus closing or safety emergency.
eAlert will automatically be sent to campus email addresses. Anyone with a cell number in PRISM will also receive a text. To opt out the cell number must be removed in PRISM or changed to “home” or “other”.
The eAlert service is free, but normal short messaging service (SMS) charges from the cellular provider will apply.
In addition to the eAlert notification, when possible, campus-wide cancellations due to weather will be posted on the home page in the upper left "Events & News" section and on the campus Facebook page. Please note that in case of severe weather, it may not be possible to update this website or the campus phone message, so please refer to the notice below and listen to local media for closings.
The Dean may cancel or delay classes because of severe winter weather. The Dean's office will advise the media. Location of Radio and TV media listings are posted on the bulletin board and on this web page. Please review the following details related to late starts, early dismissals, cancellation of classes, and the closing of the campus due to severe weather.
MORNING CONCERNS: If we need to declare a late start of classes or cancel classes entirely for the day, the decision will be made by 6 AM at the latest and contact made with the radio and television stations listed below to make the announcement as soon as possible. If you have students who commute a considerable distance, it is suggested that you establish a calling tree.Radio Stations
AFTERNOON/EVENING CONCERNS: If afternoon classes are in session and weather conditions worsen, we will send messengers to the classrooms, put the information on the TV monitors in the halls, and notify the TV and radio stations. If we need to cancel evening classes, the decision will be made and announced by 4:00 PM. Once again, the radio and TV stations listed above will be informed of an early dismissal and/or cancellation of evening classes.
Whether classes are cancelled or not, in extreme winter weather students and staff are expected to make their own judgment regarding the safety of the roads.