October 10, 2018 - 6:45 pm

The University is closely monitoring the forecast for Hurricane Michael, which is expected to hit the Chapel Hill area on Thursday afternoon.

While our area is not expected to be heavily impacted, we are prepared to take necessary measures to keep our campus community safe and informed. Monitor weather conditions in your area and exercise caution while moving across campus on Thursday, as heavy rain and increased winds may occur throughout the day.

There are no current changes to campus operations. However, if conditions change, look for announcements on www.unc.edu and alertcarolina.unc.edu, as well as email and text messages. If you have not registered your cell phone to receive text messages about emergencies from the University, go to alertcarolina.unc.edu and click on “Register” in the banner. You can also download LiveSafe, the University’s emergency safety app. For more information, visit police.unc.edu/carolinasafe/livesafe.

The Alert Carolina fall sirens test scheduled for Oct. 11 is postponed and a new date will be announced at a later time.

Please visit ready.gov/hurricanes or readync.org to review basic information about how to prepare for a hurricane.

For more campus safety information, visit alertcarolina.unc.edu.

In the event of an emergency on campus, please call 9-1-1. In a non-emergency, contact UNC Police at 919-962-8100.