Delayed opening: Tuesday, October 30, 2012
Suffolk University will return to normal operations at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012. All classes and activities will resume a normal schedule, beginning at 10 a.m.
Dining service for residential students will resume at 9 a.m., beginning with brunch.
Hurricane Sandy update: Monday, October 29, 2012:
Suffolk University continues to monitor the progress of Hurricane Sandy. As we gain more information on conditions, we will communicate plans for University operations pertaining to Tuesday, Oct. 30 using the emergency alert system and on www.suffolk.edu. Please continue to monitor the website for updates.
Hurricane Sandy update: Sunday, October 28, 2012
Suffolk University will be closed on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012.
The National Weather Service has issued high wind warnings for much of southern New England as Hurricane Sandy approaches the East Coast. Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick declared a state of emergency in preparation for the storm.
We will continue to closely monitor the storm and advise the community of any changes in University operations or closing announcements through the University’s emergency alert system and on www.suffolk.edu.
In the event of an emergency, call the Suffolk University Police at 617- 573-8111.
Closing and delay announcements will be made on WBZ-TV and WBZ radio; WHDH-TV 7News; WCVB-TV, Channel 5; FOX25-TV Boston; and the Rhode Island Broadcasters Association. Updated messages also are available at 866-312-2632. Do not call the University Police Department, switchboard, administrative offices, radio, or television stations to verify University closing.
All students are advised to be aware of the situation and follow these precautions:
•Stay inside during the height of the storm.
•Stay away from windows and glass doors during high winds.
•All windows must be closed tightly. Do not open windows or doors to check on the weather outside.
•Check your email as often as possible.
•Keep your cell phone and other devices charged.
•Do not walk through moving water. Six inches of moving water can make you fall.
•There may be a prolonged period of unsafe conditions caused by winds or debris.
•Save your work frequently on your computer in case of a sudden power outage.
•Stay in touch with loved ones to keep them updated on your safety.
•Keep supplies, including flashlights and batteries, food and bottled water on hand.
Students living in the residence halls should:
•Keep a flashlight and fresh batteries in your residence hall room.
•Do not use candles in the residence hall.