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UNT will be closed Feb. 9 due to inclement weather

Rawlins(Editor's Note: UNT will be closed Wednesday, Feb. 9, due to unsafe conditions caused by ice and snow.)

Another winter storm with ice and as much as six inches of snow is headed toward North Texas, arriving less than a week after record-setting cold closed UNT for four days.

"While we would not want to disrupt our operations again, safety is always the first concern," said President V. Lane Rawlins in an Official Notice sent to campus Feb. 8. "We will follow the advice of those responsible for monitoring conditions." 

Severe weather is expected to move into the area late Tuesday, Feb. 8, with ice and snow falling by 3 a.m. Heavy snow is expected to fall by 9 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 9, as the storm moves across Oklahoma and North and East Texas. Temperatures are expected to fall to 9 degrees by morning, Thursday, Feb. 10.

  • Watch, listen and view area news media to learn about possible delayed openings or campus closure.
  • Be sure your contact information is up-to-date with Eagle Alert, the university’s emergency warning system. Eagle Alert allows administrators to contact the campus community by phone. The system sends recorded voice messages to land-line and cell phones of faculty, staff and students. Text or SMS (Short Message Service) messages will be sent to cell phone numbers, if added to contact information.
  • Go to my.unt.edu, log in, and go to Update Eagle Alert, lower left. Follow the prompts to verify and update contact information

Eagle Alert messages will be sent as soon as university officials have determined that inclement weather affects normal university operations and the safety of the university community. Information also will be posted on InHouse and www.unt.edu.

Posted on: Tue 08 February 2011

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