Weather: SMU, SMU-in-Plano closed Thursday, March 5, 2015

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Weather: SMU, SMU-in-Plano closed Thursday, March 5, 2015

SMU and SMU-in-Plano are closed Thursday, March 5, 2015, due to inclement weather.

The University continues to monitor the weather and will post updates at smu.edu and on Twitter and Facebook.

Dining services will be available even when the University closes because of inclement weather. Arnold Dining Commons and RFoC at Lee are open for breakfast. For information about hours of operation for SMU Dining Services, please visit smudining.com or facebook.com/smudining.

Central University Libraries – including DeGolyer, Fondren and Hamon Arts – will be closed. Please check for any schedule changes on the CUL homepage at smu.edu/cul.

> Learn more about SMU’s Inclement Weather Policy at smu.edu/weather

March 5, 2015|News|

Weather: SMU and SMU-in-Plano closed Monday, Feb. 23, 2015

SMU and SMU-in-Plano are closed Monday, Feb. 23, 2015, due to inclement weather.

The University continues to monitor the weather and will post updates at smu.edu and on Twitter and Facebook.

Dining services will be available even when the University closes because of inclement weather. For information about hours of operation for SMU Dining Services, please visit smudining.com or facebook.com/smudining.

In addition, Fondren Library expects to be open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. when the University closes for inclement weather. Please check for any schedule changes on the Central University Libraries homepage at smu.edu/cul.

> Learn more about SMU’s Inclement Weather Policy at smu.edu/weather

February 22, 2015|News|

Keep up with campus alerts during inclement weather

Snow day at Dallas Hall, SMUEven when it’s unseasonably warm, Texas weather can change in an instant. When conditions warrant closing or delays, SMU has procedures in place to ensure that students, faculty and staff know where to go for information.

As soon as a decision is made, the following steps are taken to notify the University community:

  • An e-mail message will be sent to all students, faculty and staff.
  • A recorded message will be available at 214-SMU-INFO (214-768-4636). Please do not call the SMU Police Department.
  • Closing announcements will be posted on the SMU website, via SMU’s Twitter feed at twitter.com/smu and at facebook.com/smudallas.

The Office of News and Communications will attempt to contact the news media by 6 a.m. if day classes must be cancelled. If it becomes necessary to cancel evening classes or events, News and Communications will attempt to contact the news media by 4 p.m.

Separate decisions regarding closings or cancellations will be made for the Plano and Taos campuses. Those campuses are not automatically affected when the main campus is closed, or they may be closed when the main campus is not, depending on local conditions.

SMU cannot guarantee that local media will announce closing information promptly or fully. Therefore, confirm information from non-SMU sources against official University communications. Individual schools, colleges and departments are not authorized to make their own decisions on closings, delayed openings or cancellation of classes.

The University maintains a webpage devoted to weather policy at smu.edu/weather. Check it frequently for the most current information, including inclement weather plans for Dining Services and SMU libraries.

Visit SMU’s Inclement Weather Policy page

February 20, 2015|News|

SMU is monitoring weather; Sunday classes cancelled

SMU Update, December 8: All classes and exams are cancelled Sunday, Dec. 8, on the main SMU campus and SMU-in-Plano due to inclement weather.

SMU continues to monitor the weather situation in consultation with safety officials and will post updates at smu.edu and on Twitter and Facebook.

We ask our community to continue to exercise caution and heed safety warnings. Please be aware that ice has compromised some tree branches; be careful if you are making your way around campus and park well away from trees.

 

December 8, 2013|News|
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