Alerts

Campus operations suspended Friday, Jan. 19

Posted:

WSU Vancouver has suspended operations on campus Friday, Jan. 19 due to crummy weather and unsafe travel conditions. Faculty are encouraged to move to remote instruction. Students, check with your instructors about the status of your classes. Employees, check with your supervisors about the possibility of remote work. Essential personnel should report to work as scheduled if you are able to travel safely.

In-person events on campus are canceled. It is the program/department’s responsibility to notify all attendees of an event’s cancelation.

Review HRS Inclement Weather resources and FAQ: Inclement Weather for clarification on using leave, teleworking or making up work hours during inclement weather.

The WSU Vancouver weather policy, along with instructional information and a list of closure notification websites can be found online.

Update! Campus operations suspended Thursday, Jan. 18.

Posted:

WSU Vancouver has suspended operations on campus Thursday, Jan. 18 due to icy roads and unsafe travel. This is a change from last evening’s message. Faculty are encouraged to move to remote instruction. Students, check with your instructors about the status of your classes today. Employees, check with your supervisors about the possibility of remote work. Essential personnel should report to work as scheduled if you are able to travel safely.

In-person events on campus are canceled. It is the program/department’s responsibility to notify all attendees of an event’s cancelation.

Review HRS Inclement Weather resources and FAQ: Inclement Weather for clarification on using leave, teleworking or making up work hours during crummy weather.

The WSU Vancouver weather policy, along with instructional information and a list of closure notification websites can be found online.

Campus operations delayed until 10 a.m. Thursday

Posted:

WSU Vancouver is operating on a delayed schedule Thursday, Jan. 18 due to ice and unsafe driving conditions. On-campus operations will resume at 10 a.m. Thursday. Faculty with morning classes are encouraged to offer remote instruction. Students, check with your instructor about the status of morning classes. Employees, check with your supervisor about the possibility of remote work in the morning. Essential personnel should report to work as scheduled if you are able to travel safely.

If plowing and/or de-icing is in progress when you arrive on campus, certain parking lots and pathways may be closed. In that case, park in open, plowed parking lots—regardless of parking permit type—and use pathways that are plowed and de-iced.

It is your responsibility to decide if you can safely commute to WSU Vancouver in the event of inclement weather while WSU Vancouver remains open for operations.

Staff members who are unable to report to work at WSU Vancouver during an inclement weather event should ask their supervisor if they may work from home.

If business needs allow and supervisors approve, overtime-eligible staff members may temporarily adjust their schedule to work additional hours during the work week (Sunday through Saturday) that the inclement weather occurred.

If business needs allow and supervisors approve, overtime exempt staff members may temporarily adjust their schedule to work additional hours.

Review HRS Inclement Weather resources and FAQ: Inclement Weather for clarification on using leave, teleworking or making up work hours during crummy weather.

Faculty members, if you cancel your class or offer alternative instruction while WSU Vancouver remains open for operation, it is your responsibility to notify students of the change.

Students, individual classes may offer alternative instruction or be canceled based on the instructor’s ability to get to campus safely. Check with your instructors before making the commute.

The WSU Vancouver weather policy, along with instructional information and a list of closure notification websites can be found online.

Update! Campus operations suspended Wednesday, Jan. 17

Posted:

WSU Vancouver has suspended operations on campus Wednesday, Jan. 17 due to icy roads and unsafe travel. This is a change from earlier today. Faculty are encouraged to move to remote instruction. Students, check with your instructors about the status of your classes today. Employees, check with your supervisors about the possibility of remote work. Essential personnel should report to work as scheduled if you are able to travel safely.

In-person events on campus are canceled. It is the program/department’s responsibility to notify all attendees of an event’s cancelation.

Review HRS Inclement Weather resources and FAQ: Inclement Weather for clarification on using leave, teleworking or making up work hours during crummy weather.

The WSU Vancouver weather policy, along with instructional information and a list of closure notification websites can be found online.

Campus operations delayed until noon today

Posted:

WSU Vancouver is operating on a delayed schedule Wednesday, Jan. 17 due to inclement weather. On-campus operations will resume at noon today. Faculty with morning classes are encouraged to offer remote instruction. Students, check with your instructor about the status of morning classes. Employees, check with your supervisor about the possibility of remote work this morning. Essential personnel should report to work as scheduled if you are able to travel safely.

If plowing and/or de-icing is in progress when you arrive on campus, certain parking lots and pathways may be closed. In that case, park in open, plowed parking lots—regardless of parking permit type—and use pathways that are plowed and de-iced.

It is your responsibility to decide if you can safely commute to WSU Vancouver in the event of inclement weather while WSU Vancouver remains open for operations.

Staff members who are unable to report to work at WSU Vancouver during an inclement weather event should ask their supervisor if they may work from home.

If business needs allow and supervisors approve, overtime-eligible staff members may temporarily adjust their schedule to work additional hours during the work week (Sunday through Saturday) that the inclement weather occurred.

If business needs allow and supervisors approve, overtime exempt staff members may temporarily adjust their schedule to work additional hours.

Review HRS Inclement Weather resources and FAQ: Inclement Weather for clarification on using leave, teleworking or making up work hours during crummy weather.

Faculty members, if you cancel your class or offer alternative instruction while WSU Vancouver remains open for operation, it is your responsibility to notify students of the change.

Students, individual classes may offer alternative instruction or be canceled based on the instructor’s ability to get to campus safely. Check with your instructors before making the commute.

The WSU Vancouver weather policy, along with instructional information and a list of closure notification websites can be found online.