Evening classes canceled
Thursday, December 05, 2013
Classes are canceled for Thursday night, Dec. 5. The campus will be closed, and university offices will not reopen until 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, weather permitting. Classes also are set to resume at that time.
The University of Tulsa has canceled classes for Thursday night, Dec. 5, because of inclement weather. The campus will be closed, and university offices will not reopen until 10 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 6, weather permitting. Classes also are set to resume at that time.
Essential campus service personnel are asked to check with their supervisors about work schedules during the closure.
TU Dining Services will remain open for campus residents with the Pat Case Dining Center operating on its regular schedule.
Gilcrease Museum, which is operated by the university, is expected to be open Friday. However, some programs have been canceled. Please visit gilcrease.utulsa.edu for the latest information.
The TU men’s and women's basketball games scheduled for Saturday at the Reynolds Center are currently set to tipoff as planned. However, additional information about weather impacts on athletic schedules will be announced at www.tulsahurricane.com.
University officials will monitor weather and campus conditions. Should additional announcements be necessary, please stay tuned to the following official communication channels for more information:
If you have not signed up for the emergency text messaging service, you are encouraged to do so at your earliest opportunity. This number will only be used for official university announcements, including weather closures and campus emergencies. It is not used for marketing purposes. To register or for more information, click the Technology link on the top of the TU home page and you will find the Emergency Text Registration link under MyTU Essentials. The form is available directly at https://forms.utulsa.edu/emergencyphone/.
If it has been some time since you registered your cell number, you are encouraged to log in to the form to ensure that the university has your current cell phone number and that your registration has not expired.
At all times, the university encourages students, faculty, staff and visitors to exercise caution when traveling to and from campus, especially when road conditions have deteriorated. Physical Plant employees are treating streets and sidewalks for slippery conditions, but caution is urged when traveling on campus.
Additional information will be communicated as the situation requires.