Closed

February 24th, 2010 by Adam

Due to weather and road conditions, PSU is closed today, Wednesday, February, 24. All classes have been canceled, including graduate classes in all off campus locations, and community education classes.

Employees are on curtailed operations, meaning all nonessential staff can stay home.

  • The PE Center will open at its regularly scheduled time.
  • The Lamson Library and Learning Commons will open at its scheduled time, but with limited services. The reference/Research Services, PASS Office, and Writing Center may not be staffed.
  • The HUB will open at 10 a.m. For more information on student related activities and events call the HUB at ext 52623.
  • Health Services located at 16 Merrill Street will be open for regularly scheduled hours. Please call 535-2350 for an appointment if one is needed.

This message and the PSU alert line, (603) 535 3535, will be updated with any news as it is available.

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