Le Moyne Cancels Classes Starting at 3:30 p.m. Today; No Classes, Offices Will Be Closed on Tuesday
SYRACUSE, N.Y. (For Immediate Release) … Due to the latest forecast as it relates to Hurricane Sandy impacting the Central New York region, Le Moyne will cancel all classes beginning at 3:30 p.m. today. In addition, all non-essential personnel can leave work today at 3:30 p.m.
On Tuesday, Oct. 30, all day and evening classes are canceled. In addition, all non-essential personnel do not need to report to campus for work on Tuesday. It is anticipated that normal operations will resume on Wednesday, Oct. 31.posted on: 10/29/2012
The College has contingency plans and systems to maintain essential campus functions in the event of an emergency, including backup power systems. Food service will continue to be provided in the LaCasse Dining Center, and the campus will continue to be supported by Student Development, Facilities Management and Campus Security.
The College recommends that any local residential students (who live within 30 minutes or less from campus) who can return to their homes safely by 4 p.m. are encouraged to do so. Students and families are encouraged to use their best judgment in traveling.
We will closely monitor the storm and provide additional information as needed through email, on the home page of our website (www.lemoyne.edu) and, if necessary, through the Heights Alert emergency notification system.
If you need to contact Campus Life and Leadership, the number is 315-445-4520. For emergency assistance on campus, call 315-445-4444; off campus or from a cell phone, call 911.