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Hurricane season begins for the Atlantic

Every year in South Carolina, June 1 through November 30 marks a season critical for hurricane preparedness. Make sure you have a plan, know your area, have a kit prepared and have viable plans for everyone in your house for when disasters strike. Make a Plan Having a personal safety plan in place will help […]

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Campus offices close at 3, pivot to virtual learning

Due to the severe weather forecasted for this afternoon, Charleston Southern University will close campus offices at 3 p.m. and pivot to online learning for the remainder of the day. Students scheduled to attend in-person classes should log into Blackboard for further instruction. CSU will return to normal operations on Wednesday, April 6.  CSU is […]

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Monitoring winter weather

Charleston Southern University is monitoring possible inclement weather conditions for tomorrow, January 21. The National Weather Service currently forecasts a high of 40 degrees and rain in the Charleston area, with the potential for icy conditions after 10 p.m. and until 4 a.m. Saturday. At this time, the university does not plan to alter current […]

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Be prepared: hurricanes

Between June 1 and November 30, eyes of native and longtime residents of South Carolina turn toward the Atlantic. The Emergency Operations Center at Charleston Southern University keeps a close watch on any system that could remotely look like a hurricane. Before and during hurricane season, it’s always a good idea to brush up on […]

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Monitoring TS Elsa

Charleston Southern University is closely monitoring weather conditions as a result of Tropical Storm Elsa. Tropical storm conditions are possible tonight, with thunderstorms and winds of up to 35 mph and possible 45 mph gusts. There is a slight chance of tornado watches later this evening. To ensure the safety of our campus community, the […]

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