Thursday, March 26, 2009
Friday, 5:30 a.m. UPDATE
All of Colorado State University's operations will proceed normally and all university facilities are open today, Friday, March 27. Classes will proceed on their usual Friday schedule.
Thursday, 7:30 p.m. UPDATE
An update on the status of operations at Colorado State University will be posted and available on the Snow Hotline (491-SNOW) at approximately 6 a.m. Friday, March 27.
Thursday, 12:10 p.m. UPDATE
Colorado State University has suspended operations, including classes, as of noon today, Thursday, March 26, due to current weather and forecasts for continued heavy snowfall throughout the rest of the day.
Thursday, 11:10 a.m. UPDATE
Colorado State University will suspend operations, including classes, at noon today, Thursday, March 26, due to current weather and forecasts for continued heavy snowfall throughout the rest of the day.
All offices should begin releasing employees immediately to meet full closure status by noon.
Interstate 25 is closed from Wellington to the Wyoming border.
Emergency and essential CSU employees are asked to coordinate with their supervisors or directors to determine their work status. Emergency and essential employees include but are not limited to CSU Police, Facilities Management, Housing, Environmental Health Services and the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
Check the Snow Hotline at (970) 491-7669 or the CSU main webpage at www.colostate.edu for updates on the status of operations at the university.
Information also will be available on local radio and major television networks.
Thursday, 10 a.m. UPDATE - Fort Collins is currently under a Blizzard Warning. According to the National Weather Service, conditions are expected to deteriorate this afternoon and evening when both the winds and snowfall will peak.
While Colorado State University is open this morning, we’re monitoring the current and predicted weather conditions to ensure the safety of students, faculty, and staff.
For the latest information on whether CSU is open or closed, call the severe weather hotline at (970) 491-SNOW.