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    UOAlert!: Campus Status

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    January 8, 2017 – 2:15 pm

    Members of the University Community,

    We expect the University of Oregon to be open on Monday, Jan. 9, however, all classes are canceled, and the new term will officially start on Jan. 10.

    While temperatures are expected to warm considerably in the Eugene area by tomorrow morning, the impact of snow, ice, and extreme cold stretching from Northern California to Portland and beyond has made it extremely challenging for many students to return to campus in time for classes tomorrow. There have been numerous flight delays and hazardous road conditions in many areas on the west coast. For this reason, we are canceling classes on Monday.

    We encourage students, faculty, and staff to use caution and stay safe as you travel to and around campus, and we specifically ask that faculty continue to be flexible for students who cannot make it to campus in the next several days due to continued travel-related delays.

    UO Campus Planning and Facilities Management crews have been working overtime to make safe designated walking paths around campus, but some areas may remain challenging early Monday. We encourage everyone to please use caution and plan for extra travel time.

    Below you will find a list of resources. Visit alerts.uoregon.edu for continuous updates as weather conditions continue to evolve.

    Sincerely,

    Scott Coltrane

    Provost and Senior Vice President

    Resources:

    Campus Conditions Map

    State of Oregon Road Information

    Winter Driving Tips

    How to Walk on Ice

    UO Alerts Blog

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