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Classes resume at CSU

Marketing & Communication // 10.11.18

Charleston Southern University will open on Friday, October 12, 2018 at 8 a.m. for normal operations. Classes will also resume at that time. Please continue to monitor local media, Buc Alerts, CSU social media, and charlestonsouthern.edu for any additional updates. Also, join us in prayer for our neighbors in Georgia and Florida as they recover from catastrophic damage from Hurricane Michael.


 

Campus officials monitoring Hurricane Michael

Marketing & Communication // 10.10.18

Campus officials continue to monitor the track of Hurricane Michael. Wednesday afternoon and evening classes will operate on a normal schedule. Due to the elevated threat of tropical storm-force winds from Hurricane Michael, classes will be canceled and offices will be closed tomorrow, October 11. Resident students are allowed to stay in their residence halls.

The Charleston area is now under a Tropical Storm Warning and anticipates up to two inches of rain and wind gusts up to 45 mph. Students are encouraged to read the CSU Emergency Procedures at charlestonsouthern.edu/wx.

CSU Dining Hall will be open for residents on Thursday from 9 a.m. – 8 p.m. The Rivers Library will have a limited schedule on Thursday from 4 p.m. Midnight. At this time, classes will resume and offices will reopen at 8 a.m. on Friday, October 12.

The safety of our campus community is always the number one priority. University leadership will continue to monitor conditions and update as appropriate. Please monitor Buc Alerts, CSU social media and charlestonsouthern.edu for additional information.


Marketing & Communication // 10.10.18

University leadership continues to monitor the track of Hurricane Michael and will provide an update after 2 p.m. today. Employees and students are encouraged to use caution tomorrow as severe weather approaches.

Students, if you do not feel safe to drive, do not travel and do inform your professors of your decision. Please review the campus emergency procedures at charlestonsouthern.edu/wx and monitor Buc Alerts, CSU social media and charlestonsouthern.edu for the latest updates.


 

Marketing & Communication // 10.9.18

Campus officials are monitoring the track of Hurricane Michael as it approaches the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday. Charleston County, Southeast Georgia and Southeast South Carolina are now under a Tropical Storm Watch, meaning tropical storm-force conditions are possible within 48 hours. According to the National Hurricane Center, it is possible that the Charleston area will see four inches of rain and some tropical storm force winds (39-73 mph).   

The safety of our campus community is of the utmost concern. University leadership will continue to monitor conditions and post updates as appropriate. Please monitor Buc Alerts, CSU social media and charlestonsouthern.edu for additional information.