February 1, 2015
Topic: Campus News
Classes and all events through 6 p.m. Monday have been canceled on the University of Michigan's Ann Arbor campus as the university reduced operations because of the heavy snowfall.
"Snowfall totals of 12-18 inches with high winds are making the roads dangerous, especially for the many faculty, staff and students who live outside the city of Ann Arbor," said Eddie Washington, executive director of the Division of Public Safety and Security in making the recommendation to President Mark Schlissel.
Campus crews worked throughout the day Sunday and will continue to work overnight and through the day Monday to keep campus roadways and sidewalks clear.
With reduced operations, only critical employees are expected to make every reasonable effort to report to work if operations are being maintained in the employee's unit, or unless notified otherwise by the university.
Employees with questions about their status of whether they are required to report to work are advised to contact their unit supervisor for clarification.
Additional information is available at vpcomm.umich.edu/pa/key/severeweatherops.html.