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Due to the inclement weather conditions in the region, MORNING CLASSES WITH A START TIME OF 10:00 A.M. OR EARLIER on Monday, February 9, 2015, have been cancelled. Unless otherwise notified, all classes that begin after 10:00 a.m. will proceed at their regularly scheduled times.

The University encourages its students, faculty, and staff to exercise their best judgment in determining whether it is safe to travel to campus. If possible, avoid unnecessary travel and take all precautions if travel is necessary. Students who do not believe it is safe for them to travel to campus should contact their instructors to make arrangements for any missed course work or material.

Please note that only the Governor of New York State can close state offices, agencies and campuses. When offices are open, employees are expected to report to work. During emergencies, non-essential employees may request supervisory approval to charge their accruals when offices are open. Essential employees are to report in accordance with their schedule.

The University will continue to monitor the latest forecasts, provide notifications and update information on the UAlbany Alert website at www.albany.edu/emergency, the University’s Emergency Information Line at (518) 442-7669, and the usual external media stations, as well as the University’s Facebook and Twitter pages.


 

UAlbany Alert: Emergency Information

The University at Albany takes matters of safety and security seriously. In the event of a campus emergency, official sources of information will be communicated through the following channels:

  • The Web: This emergency information page will post frequent updates. Bookmark it!
     
  • E-mail Notifications:
    • • In the event of a campus emergency, email messages will be issued from UAlbanyAlert@albany.edu and/or from sunyalbany@nyalert.gov.  This includes class cancellations in the event of inclement weather.
    • • In the event of a weather-related event interrupting campus IT services, UAlbany Mail may be accessible by going to mail.office365.com and logging on with your UAlbany email address and password.
       
  • Social Media: Updated reports will be shared on UAlbany's Facebook and Twitter pages. Follow @UAlbany and @UAlbanyAlert on Twitter for updated information. You can also search Twitter for updates using #UAlbanyAlert.
     
  • Emergency Information Line: UAlbany's emergency information phone line provides information updates in the event of an emergency or weather-related issue. You can access it 24/7 at (518) 442-7669.
     
  • SUNY-NY Alert: The SUNY-NY Alert System notifies registered members of the campus community via text message, voicemail or e-mail. You must sign up in order to receive alerts.

The key to safety and security is preparedness. Any concerns should be reported immediately to UPD at (518) 442-3131. Report any environmental safety concerns to the Office of Environmental Health and Safety at (518) 442-3495.

Emergency Phone Numbers and Links

For emergency dial 911

University Police
Including fire emergencies
Off-campus or cell phone
(518) 442-3131

University Health Center
(518) 442-5454