Tuesday classes that begin at noon or later will meet.

The campus came through Hurricane Sandy in good shape, with virtually no damage, thanks to the hard work, good judgment, and diligent preparation by faculty, staff and students prior to and during the storm. Our students assisted the American Red Cross in operating a shelter in Elting Gym that housed up to 9 people during the storm. The campus had power throughout the storm and continues to have power. Therefore, Tuesday classes that begin at noon or later will meet. Offices are open. Because nonessential personnel may choose to stay home on Tuesday, some services may be limited due to lack of personnel. The list of closed offices can be found here. This list is updated as information is made available.

In a situation where there is inclement weather, but classes are in session and offices are open, individuals (commuting students and faculty/staff) 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 class and most professors are understanding of absences due to weather. The College asks that students and staff make an effort to notify professors/supervisors of their planned absence and, for employees, their intention to use their leave credits as appropriate.

Refer to the Emergency/Cancellations and Delay Policy for further information.

Food Services On Campus: Hasbrouck Dining Hall will open at 10:30 a.m. today.

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