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Weather Alert Notification
How will WCU publicize class cancellations, delayed openings and/or University closings?
When adverse weather conditions affect the routine operation of the University, information regarding class cancellation, delayed openings, and/or University closings will be publicized via multifaceted communication media. Click here to view all communication resources.
To review the University’s policies regarding weather-related emergencies.
The most up-to-date and specific information, including weather developments, event cancellations and postponements, or changes to the final exam schedule, can be obtained by viewing the WCU homepage.
Please do not call Public Safety for class delays or cancellations as such calls will tie up phone lines needed for emergencies.
Please help us during an inclement weather event by:
Text Message Alert – Subscribe to WCU Alert
WCU has contracted with e2campus to provide the service WCU ALERT, which sends you direct text messages of WCU announcements - class cancellations, delayed openings, university closings, on-campus emergencies, and the occasional test message. WCU ALERT provides the most effective way to communicate safety to all students, faculty and staff – wherever you are. WCU ALERT is completely free to sign up. Your phone carrier may charge for receiving text messages. WCU ALERT will not deliver any kind of advertising content, and phone numbers will not be shared with any third parties. For more information and to sign up
Cancellation/Postponement Information - Events and other WCU-related functions
Generally, should adverse weather conditions make it inadvisable to operate the University, all University-related events or functions will also be cancelled. The WCU homepage will carry the most up-to-date and specific information regarding event cancellation or postponement notices. Persons attending events scheduled to occur at the University by non-University organizations should contact their event organizer for cancellation information.