Classes canceled and offices closed Nov. 1-3 on the Mount Carmel Campus

Based on the latest information provided by United Illuminating, the University has canceled all classes and closed all offices on the Mount Carmel Campus on Thursday, Nov. 1, Friday, Nov. 2, and Saturday, Nov. 3.

All undergraduates living on the Mount Carmel Campus, especially those living in Larson, Perlroth, Troup and The Complex, where there is no generator power, are encouraged to leave campus. Starting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, any student who plans to stay on the Mount Carmel Campus and lives in a residence hall without generator power can move to the Recreation Center, where the dance studios on the second floor will be set up with mattresses. A Public Safety officer will remain at the dance studios as long as they’re being used to house residential students.

The Dining Hall on the Mount Carmel Campus will continue to operate while the Mount Carmel Campus is closed.

In addition, shuttle bus service will continue at the Mount Carmel Campus, York Hill Campus and Whitney Village. There will be no shuttle service to New Haven until Sunday, Nov. 4, when Public Safety will offer students transportation back to the University from Union Station. The University is anticipating that conditions will allow for the students who choose to leave to return to the Mount Carmel Campus on Sunday, Nov. 4, with classes resuming on Monday, Nov. 5.

Classes will continue on both the North Haven and York Hill campuses on Thursday, Nov. 1, Friday, Nov. 2, and Saturday, Nov. 3. Students who can’t attend classes are encouraged to contact their professors, who have been encouraged by Academic Affairs to work with affected students and be flexible with their class attendance policies.

Stay abreast of the University’s latest communications by registering your cell phone with the Quinnipiac Mobile Emergency Broadcast Alert System. Please continue to monitor MyQ, www.quinnipiac.edu and the weather phone line at 203-582-8989, for the latest updates from the University.

In addition please be sure to monitor our social media platforms including Quinnipiac’s flagship Facebook page, Twitter account and the Quinnipiac Wire.



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