CURTAILED OPERATIONS for Remainder of the day Monday, August 29

August 29th, 2011 by Adam

PSU will continue curtailed operations for the rest of today (Monday, August 29). For staff members who do need to come to campus, avoid Route 175A and the Holderness campus which is currently impassable. There are also some issues with Route 3 north and south of Plymouth . The best route to campus is Exit 26 and down Main Street or Highland Street.

Plans for student move in for Tuesday, August 30 will be posted later this afternoon at plymouth.edu

If you have not already done so, please register for the new text alert system at http://go.plymouth.edu/alert.

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