Closing Procedures

Cancellation or delay of classes and events at St. Cloud State University happens only occasionally, and closing the university is a rare occurrence.

Any decision to cancel/delay classes and events and/or close offices is made after consultation, as appropriate, with the Minnesota State Patrol, Minnesota Department of Transportation, the Weather Service, MnSCU, a St. Cloud State University meteorologist and Metro Bus. In the event of non-weather-related situations, a decision involving closing, cancellation or delay is made after consultation with Student Health Services, Public Safety or others as appropriate.

St. Cloud State makes every effort to announce any closing/cancellation before 5 a.m. regarding day classes and events and before 3 p.m. for evening classes and events.

In addition to campus-wide Star Alerts and e-mail, university website (www.stcloudstate.edu) and St. Cloud State University Facebook page (facebook.com/stcloudstate) and twitter (twitter.com/stcloudstate) notifications, St. Cloud State closings/cancellations are announced on these radio and television stations and newspaper website:

Radio

· KVSC 88.1FM (Campus radio station)

· WJON 1240AM/WWJO 98.1FM (St. Cloud)

· KCLD104.7FM/KNSI1450AM/KZPK98.9FM (St. Cloud)

· WCCO 830 AM (Twin Cities)

· WYRQ 92.1FM/KFML 94.1/KLTF 960AM (Little Falls)

· KWLM 1340AM/KQIC102FM/KOLV 100/KFLN106.5FM (Willmar)

 

Television – WCCO Ch. 4

 

Newspaper website – www.sctimes.com

 

Messages regarding closing/cancellation/delay also are available by calling 320-308-0121.

Messages regarding weather-related decisions will most likely take one of these forms:

· Classes cancelled

· Evening classes cancelled

· Classes cancelled, offices closed

· University closed

When classes or events are cancelled or delayed, employees are expected to perform their regular duties. Employees who do not report to work in the case of cancellations or delays are expected to follow applicable leave procedures.  In the case of a campus closing, employees should not report to work unless explicitly directed otherwise by their supervisors.  The Office of Academic Affairs will determine which academic areas (such as scientific laboratories) will require personnel.


In the interest of the safety and well being of our campus community, the university urges students and employees to use their good judgment in making decisions about attending class or work. Contact your supervisor if there is a need to consider alternative arrangements.

SCSU Student at Blue Light Emergency Station
  • Emergency Numbers

911 Operator
911

St. Cloud Police Dept
320-251-1200

SCSU Public Safety
320-308-3333



Star Alert Wireless Emergency Notification
Emergency Notification Registration

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