Penn State Classes To Begin At 10 A.M. Tuesday At University Park
Penn State University Park classes will begin at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, February 13, the university announced Monday night in anticipation of overnight winter weather.
All on-campus activities, work, and classes before 10 a.m. are canceled, and only employees who perform essential services should report to campus. If an extension of the cancellation of activities is needed, students and faculty will be notified by 8 a.m., the university said.
State College is expected to receive three to six inches of snow beginning 10 p.m. Monday evening through 10 a.m. Tuesday, according to AccuWeather.
Meanwhile, temperatures will hover around 32° at 10 a.m. with a real feel of 19°.
If an in-person class is scheduled for before 10 a.m., an instructor can’t adjust the session to an online synchronous class. Hybrid classes scheduled for 10 a.m. will not meet in person, though can be offered asynchronously. Meanwhile, web classes will continue with no changes.
For updates on further delays or cancelations, students, faculty, and staff should sign up for PSUAlerts. The same information can be found on Facebook and Twitter for parents and community members, too.
University Police and other emergency services will continue operations throughout inclement weather to ensure campus safety.
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