|Vol. 17, No. 13||Dec. 4, 1997|
If snow and ice storms arrive in the Delaware Valley, University employees and students have several options to find out if there are late openings, early closings or cancellations at the University.
Employees in essential positions are required to report to work during extreme weather conditions. These employees will be designated by their directors in Dining Services, Facilities Management, Housing and Conference Services, Student Health Services, Public Safety and Information Technologies. For more information on the extreme weather policy, employees should contact their supervisors.
Radio stations in the Newark vicinity advised of emergency closing bulletins by the University include: WVUD-91.3 FM; WSTW-93.7 FM; WJBR-99.5 FM; WXCY-103.7 FM; WDEL-1150 AM; WNRK-1260 AM; WJBR-1290 AM; WILM-1450 AM; and WSER-1550 AM.
In southern Delaware and adjacent areas in Maryland, the following radio stations are notified: WSCL-89.5 FM; WYUS-93.0 FM; WZBH-93.5 FM; WGMD-92.7 FM; WDSD-92.9 FM; WRDX-94.7 FM; WAFL-97.7 FM; WSUX-98.3 FM; WSBY-98.9 FM; WRKE-101.7 FM; WLVW-105.5 FM: WQHQ-104.7 FM; WSSR-900 AM; WYUS-930 AM; WTMG-960 AM; WDOV-1410 AM; WJDY-1470 AM; and WKEN-1600 AM.
Employees should direct all calls about weather-related closings or late openings on campus to 831-2000. Please do not call Public Safety, since weather-related calls tie up phone lines and personnel trained to handle emergency and safety-related issues.
Remember, when there's a questions about weather and snow, call 831-2000.