Because of Hurricane Sandy’s impact on the region, Millersville University will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, October 29 and 30, for the safety of our students, faculty and staff. In addition, the University wants to allow emergency personnel to perform their functions and duties.
MU Alert, social media and email will be the primary ways the University will communicate about this situation as it develops. Information will also be posted to MUAlert.com.
All classes are cancelled. If you have an online class, please check with your professor.
The campus is not being evacuated. Students who live in residence halls may stay on campus or may choose to return home. Students who are home are encouraged to stay at home. Dining services will remain open for students on campus.
Off-campus students who choose to remain in the area should also monitor the official website of the city, borough or township where they reside for information and instructions. Flooding is a major concern with this storm, along with downed power lines and trees. Off-campus students are urged to stay off the roads during the storm and to monitor local government websites, TV, and radio for information and road closures.
All events scheduled for Monday and Tuesday on campus, at The Ware Center or the Winter Center are cancelled.
Essential personnel at the University should report for their scheduled shifts.