Status of PSU Events, Classes, and Curtailed Operations for 3/9

March 9th, 2009 by Adam

Currently there are no cancellations or delays of Plymouth State University classes or events.

According to the National Weather Service the current weather system is scheduled to clear the Plymouth area between 4 and 5 this afternoon.

Employees and students should make reasonable decisions when considering whether or not to travel for class or University functions. Supervisors and faculty should respect these decisions. Students, if you commute a distance and you believe the weather and road conditions are not safe, please contact your instructor(s) via telephone and/or e-mail in advance. Remember to include your rationale for your decision including current weather conditions and distance required to travel to attend class.

Updates will be available online at pymouth.edu, myPlymouth.edu and the PSU Alert Line at (603) 535-3535.

For information regarding other nonacademic events scheduled for December 12 call (603) 535-2007.

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