Offices closed Monday
UD offices will be closed Monday; classes suspended through Tuesday
3:15 p.m., Oct. 28, 2012--The University of Delaware remains open, but all offices will be closed on Monday, Oct. 29, and classes are canceled for Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29-30. All staff in Facilities and Auxiliary Services are being asked to report, if at all possible. For all other departments, essential personnel should check with their supervisors.
Given the strength of the storm and its widespread impact on the region, it is impossible to know how the campus will be affected, but the possibility exists for long-term power outages, downed trees, flooding and travel restrictions. UD is committed to serving the students who are unable to leave the campus, but there may be some power issues in some areas of the campus and restricted food service.
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Dining halls will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29-30, and students who have dining plans can pick up packaged food (six meals) for the next two days at dinner service, tonight, Oct. 28 -- from 5-7 p.m. in the Rodney Dining Hall, Russell Dining Hall and Pencader Dining Hall. Students should bring bags and refillable bottles.
The Carpenter Sports Building and the University of Delaware Library will be closed on Monday, Oct. 29.
UD Transit bus service is suspended immediately. (Updated at 8:37 a.m., Oct. 29)
The gates on all University parking garages are raised. (Updated at 8:37 a.m., Oct. 29)
The Early Learning Center, the Laboratory Preschool and The College School will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29-30.
The Lewes Campus is closed due to the Delaware State of Emergency. Offices are closed, and only essential personnel are asked to report.
Classes are suspended at least through Tuesday, Oct. 30, and will not resume until Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the earliest, pending the impact of Hurricane Sandy. University officials continue to strongly urge students to go home, departing campus as soon as possible before the weather worsens. Students who cannot go home and must stay in campus residence halls must immediately complete this online form: http://www.udel.edu/reslife/hurricane.html.
Students should check the University’s home page at www.udel.edu to learn when the University will reopen and to find out about other cancellations or reschedulings.
Additional cancellations and reschedulings
The following activities are canceled or rescheduled:
Monday, Oct. 29: All Adult League hockey games at the UD Ice Arena are canceled.
Monday, Oct. 29: University Student Centers are closed.
Monday, Oct. 29: UD Ice Arenas are closed.
Monday, Oct. 29: The Carvel Research and Education Center in Georgetown is closed. All public programs at Carvel are canceled through Wedneday.
Monday, Oct. 29: Fraunhofer - Delaware Technology Summit, Clayton Hall, is canceled. Plans are being made to reschedule in 2013.
Monday, Oct. 29: All Osher Lifelong Learning classes are canceled.
Monday, Oct. 29: Talk by Delaware Gov. Jack Markell, scheduled at 12:30 p.m. in Arsht Hall in Wilmington, is canceled.
Monday, Oct. 29: Gore P.O.D. Express and Starbucks in Smith Hall are closed.
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29-30: The University Bookstore will be closed.
Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 29-30: The UDairy Creamery is closed.
Tuesday, Oct. 30: UD men's soccer match vs. UNCW has been rescheduled to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 31, at the Delaware Mini-Stadium.
Tuesday, Oct. 30: A Department of Music performance by John David Smith and Julie Nishimura is canceled.
Tuesday, Oct. 30: The UD-Peking University Distinguished Scholar Lecture on "Wine Culture of China" is canceled.
Following are online resources that may be helpful in the event of an extreme storm: