The University will move to Condition 1 at noon today. We will stay in Condition 1 until 8 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 20, at which point the University will resume normal operations.
Classes will operate on a regular schedule beginning at noon. Individual faculty may use discretion to adjust class schedules and arrange make-up work for students unable to report to class due to the weather event.
The campus community should be extra cautious as some walkways may be slippery and snow and ice may slide off nearby buildings as they melt. Allow plenty of time to arrive to campus safely and be extra vigilant of your surroundings.
Condition 1 (at noon on Friday, Jan. 19 until 8 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 20)
Current conditions may not pose severe safety risks or logistical challenges, but an event has significant potential to negatively affect – or already is affecting – local area commuting, important campus services, or the efficient functioning of campus buildings and grounds. Employees, faculty, and students should consider their own personal circumstances to determine whether to report late, leave early, or not report at all.
UNC Health Care
All UNC Health Care clinics will open at 10 a.m.
UNC School of Dentistry
All operations (clinics and classes) will remain closed until noon. If your appointment is cancelled due to this closing, you should contact your provider and/or the clinic to reschedule. Patients in need of information about appointments at the UNC School of Dentistry should visit www.dentistry.unc.edu for the most recent update about clinic closings.
Chase Dining Hall will open at 10 a.m.
Top of Lenoir Dining will open at 11 a.m.
All other operations will be determined based on conditions. Visit dining.unc.edu for the latest updates.
All residence halls on campus remain open. If students need assistance, please contact your resident advisor or Community Office. The Package Centers will be closed until the University returns to normal operations. Students are encouraged to be extra vigilant if they leave the residence halls as walkways may be slippery and snow or ice may slide off nearby buildings.
University grounds crews continue to treat and clear roads, sidewalks and parking lots. Crews will clear priority areas per the Facilities Services Snow Removal Map, which identifies priority entrances, sidewalks, roadways and parking lots and the order in which they will be addressed. Snow clearing priorities will be adjusted based on planned campus events, weather conditions or other circumstances.
Parking regulations will not be enforced today. The top levels of parking decks remain closed and gates are lifted. The Dogwood Deck is expressly reserved for UNC Health Care patients and visitors only and will be in full operation to meet patient/visitor parking needs.
- P2P Express services will resume Friday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m.
- P2P On-Demand (provides ADA access from parking lots to buildings and from campus location to campus location) will resume service Friday, Jan. 19 at 10 a.m.
- PASS Cart (provides ADA transport on main quad from parking lots to buildings) will not operate until sidewalks are clear.
- Chapel Hill Transit Refer to the website for latest updates.
- Regional transit Check transit websites for updates.
Chapel Hill Transit also posts adverse weather news and routes and schedules. Refer to http://www.townofchapelhill.org/government/news-events/emergency/adverse-weather-updates