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University to Remain Open—Monday, Feb. 3

February 3, 2014

 

To:         The NYU Community
From:     Alison Leary, Executive Vice President for Operations

University to Remain Open

We have been closely monitoring snow conditions throughout the day. The MTA continues to run most trains, buses, and subways on a normal schedule—though there may be weather delays—so the University will remain open today and all activities will go on as scheduled. Managers should be mindful of any employees for whom the storm may present special travel hardships and use their discretion on a case-by-case basis to determine if an employee may leave early, consistent with the University’s time-keeping policies.

All members of the University community should keep a close eye on www.nyu.edu/info.alert, their NYU email accounts, the University's Facebook page, and the University's Twitter account for additional updates.


Stay warm, and please be safe out there.

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University to Remain Open—Monday, Feb. 3

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