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Additional Information About What To Do If Campus is Under a Weather Alert
Likely status of on-campus Instruction under various Winter Weather Storm Advisories for Hancock County. Please check status bar above during winter storm events. Notices about athletic or special events will be posted separately.
Level I Snow Alert in Hancock County
On-campus classes will be held as scheduled and campus offices will be open to provide services. Employees of the University should report to work.
Travel Reminder: Roadways are hazardous. Drive with caution.
Level II Snow Advisory in Hancock County
On-campus classes will be held as scheduled and campus offices will be open to provide services. Employees of the University should report to work. Commuting students should notify their instructors if they cannot attend classes. Faculty members who must cancel a class meeting should notify students by e-mail as soon as possible, notify their department chair and dean, and schedule make-up class sessions if necessary. Staff members who cannot report should notify their supervisor.
Travel Reminder: Roadways are extremely hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads also may be icy. More severe Level III restrictions in surrounding counties may restrict travel.
Level III Snow Emergency in Hancock County
On-campus classes may be canceled or dismissed and support offices closed. Online classes will be held as scheduled. Personnel in areas critical to the maintenance of the physical plant, oversight of residential students, and other previously identified areas should report.
Faculty members in canceled classes should contact students by e-mail to schedule makeup class sessions if necessary.
Travel Reminder: Most roadways are closed and extremely hazardous.