Weather Plan: Update 1/21/2024

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Monday – 1/22

Due to persistent cold temperatures and icy secondary roads in our region, we will continue with remote learning on Monday. In-person classes will resume on Tuesday.
For staff, the college will resume normal operational hours on Monday. Contact your supervisor if you have problems getting to work. 
We want to make you aware that some roads on campus currently remain closed due to thick ice buildup.  Please use caution when returning to campus. 

Friday – 1/19

Due to ongoing weather conditions, we will continue remote operations and hybrid learning for tomorrow, Friday, January 19.

As communicated previously, employees should check in with their direct supervisor regarding their specific work schedule. If you require additional assistance with remote work, please check in with your supervisor.

We understand these continued disruptions present challenges and appreciate your patience and cooperation. We anticipate returning to normal operations and schedule on Monday.

Please reach out with any additional questions. Thank you again for your flexibility as we navigate this situation.

Wednesday & Thursday – 1/17-1/18

Due to the ongoing weather conditions and low temperatures predicted over the next few days, Bryan College will be doing the following:

  • Employees: The physical campus will be open remotely on Wednesday and ThursdayWe will provide another update by the end of the day Thursday on campus operations for Friday.
  • Students: All classes are moving to hybrid learning this Wednesday and Thursday (January 18th-19th)Students will attend classes virtually, through Microsoft Teams or Google Meet, rather than meeting on campus. Professors will be providing students with updated information and links for online meetings this week.

Additional information will be communicated as we continue to monitor the weather.

We appreciate everyone’s flexibility and cooperation in prioritizing safety during this winter storm. Please take precautions, watch for ongoing weather alerts in our region, and reach out with any urgent questions or concerns.