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NYU Resumes Normal Operations on Monday, January 6

January 1, 2014

The University is mindful of the winter storm warning already posted for our region and has been closely following the predictions for the coming snow, which is forecast to become heavy on Thursday into Friday.

In order to keep everyone safe and to permit you to have additional time with your families, we have decided to extend the winter break closure of the University to include Thursday, Jan 2 and Friday, Jan 3. All those personnel expected to report for work even during the periods when University offices are closed should report for work as scheduled on Thursday and Friday; if you are not certain if you are among those employees expected to report for work, please be in touch with your supervisor.

University offices and operations will resume normal operations on Monday, Jan 6.

Enjoy the additional holiday time with your family. Happy New Year. Be safe, warm, and well.

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