LIST: Classes canceled due to severe weather threat


NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — The following classes have been canceled or moved due to the possibility of severe weather in metro New Orleans later this afternoon and early this evening.

  • The University of New Orleans moves all classes beginning at 3 p.m. or later to be conducted online.
    • Non-essential employees will also be released at that time.
    • If you are on campus and you hear the emergency siren, you should seek shelter indoors until the all-clear is given.
  • Delgado Community College is closing all locations at 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 27.
    • All classes and operations are cancelled for the afternoon and evening. Only essential personnel will remain on-site.
  • Southern Iniversity at New Orleans closed at 2:30 p.m.
    • Faculty and staff will work remotely. Only essential personnel performing weather-related tasks will report to campus.
    •   In-person classes and activities scheduled beginning at 2:30 p.m. are canceled. Online classes will remain virtual.
    •   Students that reside within the residential hall will be provided with pre-packaged meals, bottled water, and healthy snacks while sheltering in place.
    • Weather permitting, the SUNO campus will re-open for normal operating hours on Thursday, October, 28, 2021The University’s Emergency Preparedness Committee will continue to monitor the storm and make the appropriate adjustments to changing weather conditions.

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