at Colorado State University
Last Updated January 31, 2014
Use caution while driving to campus, and give yourself extra time for the drive. Use public transportation if you have that option. If you feel you cannot get to campus due to weather, contact your instructors or supervisor to make arrangements.
Wondering how the University determines if it will call a snow day, or what you should do if the University is not closed and you can't make it to campus? Read about the University's closure guidelines and important information for students and employees.
The Colorado State University homepage, www.colostate.edu, will be updated with emergency information as needed.
The University Safety site, www.safety.colostate.edu, is the primary repository for health and safety information related to incidents on and near campus.
Campus-wide email may be used to communicate emergency information and critical updates to students, faculty and staff.
The University’s online newsletter, Today @ Colorado State, is a resource for information about university closures, such as a snow day.
All campus calls to 911 are routed to CSUPD dispatch. Additionally, the center utilizes a community notification system that allows the University to call specific land-based phones in a targeted area.
Call 970-491-7669 to get the latest information about University operations and emergency closures, such as during severe weather.
Local cable and broadcast stations may be interrupted with emergency notifications.
Many media outlets list school closures, such as snow days, and also provide information during an emergency or regarding a university closure.