Sign up for Spalding campus alerts about potential inclement weather

Steve Jones

With wintry weather upon us, it’s a good time to remind the Spalding University community to sign up for the E2 Campus Alert messaging system, which provides instant notifications about potential Spalding weather closings, delays or early dismissals.

You can sign up for the E2 Campus alerts.  If you’ve already signed up, you should make sure your contact info and preferred mode of notification are up to date.

The messages relating to campus weather will typically fall into one of two categories: Campus Closed or Delayed Start/Early Dismissal

In the case of “Campus Closed,” the campus is closed for the day, and only specifically designated staff in areas such as campus safety, dining, facilities and res life should be present on campus for the day.  Faculty should post alternate content on Moodle for the day to compensate for missed class time and note to students to check Moodle for this material in their syllabi. Students should check Moodle for these assignments whenever campus is closed.

In the case of a “Delayed Start” time, all faculty, staff and students would report to where they would normally be at the time of opening and resume a normal schedule from that point on for the remainder of the day.  In the case of an “Early Dismissal,” the campus will close at a designated time which is earlier than typical, and all classes, events and activities schedule after that time would be canceled.

Please note that decisions regarding weather-based closure/delays are based on the conditions on and near campus.  If the campus is open, but conditions where you live are hazardous, we encourage each student to make the best choice for their safety.

The most accurate information about Spalding weather closings and delays are available from the following sources:

Spalding University website
Spalding University Inclement Weather Line at 502-585-7102
The aforementioned E2 Campus Alert System
Local news media
Spalding University social media. (And if you aren’t following these, including Spalding’s Facebook and Twitter pages, you should be.)