Emergency Notification

Fayetteville State University's Office of Emergency Management is tasked with creating a culture of emergency preparedness and response across the University. OEM is responsible for coordinating a comprehensive, all-hazards approach through all cycles of an emergency - preparedness, response, recovery and mitigation.


CONDITION 1

9/19/2018 11:30 am - Due to an assessment of the current conditions of the campus, Fayetteville State University is revising its previously issued weather-related announcement.
 
Employees
The University will extend Condition 2: Suspended Operations until midnight on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.

Condition 1: Reduced Operations will begin at midnight on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.  The University will be opened, but classes will be suspended as a part of Condition 1.  

Normal operations will resume at midnight on Monday, September 24, 2018.  

Classes  
Classes will resume on Monday, September 24, 2018.  

Residential Students  
Residential students should not return to campus before Sunday, September 23, 2018 beginning a noon.  

Fall Preview  
Fall Preview originally scheduled for Saturday, September 22, is postponed.


9/17/2018 - Noon - Due to an assessment of the current conditions of the campus, Fayetteville State University is revising its previously issued weather-related announcement.

 Employees

The University will extend Condition 2: Suspended Operations until midnight on TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2018.

Condition 1: Reduced Operations will begin at 12:01 on Wednesday, September 19, 2018.  The University will be opened, but classes will be suspended as a part of Condition 1.

Normal operations will resume at 12:01 on Monday, September 24, 2018.

Classes

Classes will resume on Monday, September 24, 2018.

Residential Students

Residential students should not return to campus before Sunday, September 23, 2018 beginning at noon.  Students will not be allowed to move back into their rooms early.

Fall Convocation

Fall Convocation originally scheduled for Thursday, September 20 has been postponed.


9/16/2018 10:45 am - The following weather-related information is being issued for Fayetteville State University:

 Employees
 The University will operate under Condition 2: Suspended Operations, beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, September 17, 2018 and continuing until midnight on Tuesday, September 18, 2018.  The University will be open on a very limited basis with only mandatory operations functioning. Non-mandatory employees must not report to work.

 On Tuesday, September 18 beginning at 12:01 a.m., and ending on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at midnight, the University will operate under Condition 1: Reduced Operations. Condition 1 means the University is open, but some operations may be reduced. Non-mandatory employees may decide to leave early, arrive late, or not report, with timely notice to their supervisor. Mandatory employees must report to or remain at work unless otherwise notified.  

It is important to note that under either Condition 1 or Condition 2, university employees are required to account for their time by using compensatory time, annual and/or bonus leave or leave without pay.  Please consult the university's Adverse Weather and Emergency Events policy for further information on the conditions.

 ClassesCampus will reopen, and all classes will resume for students on Thursday, September 20, 2018. Students who live in areas still being affected by the hurricane will be given additional time to complete assignments. Commuter students are urged to use their best judgment when traveling to campus.

 Residential StudentsAll residence halls will remain closed Monday and Tuesday and will not reopen until Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 12:00 noon. Students will not be allowed to move back into their rooms early.

 Fall ConvocationFall Convocation originally scheduled for Thursday, September 20 has been postponed.


9/11/2018 3:18PM - Due to the potential landfall for Hurricane Florence, the following weather-related information is being issued for Fayetteville State University:

The University will operate under Condition 2: Suspended Operations, beginning at noon on Wednesday, September 12, 2018 and continuing until midnight on Sunday, September 16, 2018.  The University will be open on a very limited basis with only mandatory operations functioning. Non-mandatory employees must not report to work.  

All classes will be cancelled beginning at noon on Wednesday and there will be no classes on Thursday, Friday or Saturday.  

It is important to note that under Condition 2, university employees are required to account for their time by using compensatory time, annual and/or bonus leave or leave without pay.  Please consult the university's Adverse Weather and Emergency Events policy for further information on the conditions.  

Employees who are not in their offices or work spaces should remember to power off their PCs before they leave.  

Residential Students: Residence halls will close on Wednesday, September 12th at 4 pm. Residential students who elect to remain on campus will be consolidated into one shelter. The designated shelter for residential students will be the Rudolph Jones Student Center.  The shelter will be opened from September 12-16, 2018.  The Office or Residential Life will notify residential students regarding other shelter details.  

Students, faculty, and staff should check the local news, their email, the university website and social media sites for any further updates and information.


9/10/2018 2:45PM - Due to the potential landfall for Hurricane Florence, the following weather-related information is being issued for Fayetteville State University:

Condition 1. The university is currently operating under Condition 1 - Reduced Operations effective immediately. Condition 1 means classes are in session and the University is open, but some operations may be reduced. Non-mandatory employees may decide to leave early, arrive late, or not report, with timely notice to their supervisor. Mandatory employees must report to or remain at work unless otherwise notified.

Residential Students.  The university is issuing a voluntary evacuation for residential students beginning Monday, September 10, 2018.  This will allow students time to travel home ahead of the hurricane. Students who are unable to return home must immediately notify their residence hall director.  Information pertaining to meals will be distributed daily.  Students who miss classes due to evacuating a residential hall will be given an opportunity to make up work.  

Depending on the weather forecast, the university may convert to Condition 2: Suspended Operations, beginning at 5 pm on Tuesday, September 11, 2018.  Notification will be sent out as soon as possible if the university moves from operating under Condition 1 to Condition 2.  Under Condition 2, classes are cancelled, and the University is open on a very limited basis with only mandatory operations functioning. Non-mandatory employees must not report to work.  

It is important to note that under either Condition 1 or Condition 2, university employees are required to account for their time by using compensatory time, annual and/or bonus leave  or leave without pay.  Please consult the university's Adverse Weather and Emergency Events policy for further information on the conditions.  

Employees who are not in their offices or work spaces should power off their PCs.  

Students, faculty, and staff should check their email, the university website and social media sites for further updates.


Local News

WRAL

Fayetteville Observer

National Hurricane Center

Travel

Weather Channel


Conditions Information
Condition 1
Reduced Operations - University is open

The University is open, but due to weather or emergency events, travel to or from campus, or conditions on campus, may negatively affect campus operations. Employees should report to work if possible or otherwise use their available paid leave.

Classes are in session and the University is open, but some operations may be reduced.

Condition 2
Suspended Operations – University is open for mandatory operations

The University has suspended all but mandatory operations due to severe weather or emergency events. Non- mandatory employees must not report to or remain at work.

Classes are cancelled, and the University is open on a very limited basis with only mandatory operations functioning. 

Condition 3
Closure – University is closed

The University is closed due to the most severe situations, and all but the most critical mandatory operations have been shut down. All but the most critical employees must not report to or remain at work. Employees will be paid for the closure time and will not be required to use their available paid leave or make up the time. 

Classes are cancelled, and the University is closed.